Alcohol-based hand sanitisers are safe


Safe to use: Dr Hoe points out that general usage of an alcohol-based sanitiser will not cause a person’s hands to burn when ignited.

PETALING JAYA: The risk of using alcohol-based hand sanitisers is low, say health experts.

Universiti Malaya public health medicine specialist Prof Dr Victor Hoe said there was danger if such sanitisers were not used according to recommendations.

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