Airplanes Are Dirty But Especially These 3 Spots
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp.'s Marketplace series investigated which surfaces collected the most bacteria and other pathogens by taking more than 100 samples from 18 different flights on Canada's three major airlines: Air Canada, WestJet and Porter.
Out of all the places that were swabbed, the nearly half contained levels of bacteria or yeast and mold that could put someone at risk for infection. The most contaminated surfaces? The headrest and seat pockets, which contained E. coli bacteria in some samples.
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