Yes, it is true that clean hands are healthy hands. Regular handwashing is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of germs and infections. Germs can spread easily from one person to another through contact with contaminated surfaces, objects, or other people. When you touch your eyes, nose, or mouth after touching contaminated objects, you can transfer these germs into your body, causing illness.
Washing your hands with soap and water removes dirt, grime, and germs from your hands. When you wash your hands with soap, it creates a lather that helps lift dirt and germs off your skin. The soap also contains ingredients that can kill or remove bacteria and viruses from your hands. After washing your hands, it's important to dry them thoroughly, as damp hands can also harbor germs.
Regular handwashing can reduce your risk of getting sick and can also help prevent the spread of infections to others. It's especially important to wash your hands before and after preparing food, before eating, after using the restroom, after blowing your nose or sneezing, and after caring for someone who is sick.