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The rate of washing hands is higher in the morning than evenings.

The handwashing frequency in the U.S. has been comparatively higher in the morning than in the evenings, but post-pandemic data is unavailable.

Research among a limited population concentrating in the United States, from previous years, shows that almost 69.6 percent of people were washing hands by using soap in the morning, whereas 58 percent washed hands in the evening. But, this data does not reflect the hygiene habits of people in 2020.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand, sales, and usage of hand wash and other sanitary products have increased exponentially worldwide. However, there is a lack of data regarding the frequency of washing hands at particular times of the day worldwide.

There are still various issues in several countries where the implementation of the hygienic habit of washing hands with soap to avoid the spread of COVID-19 and the means to collect data on it due to standard lockdown and social distancing guidelines and warnings.

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