New York Times says hand sanitizer is less safe against coronavirus while ads sell consumers hand sanitizer to ‘keep the corona away’

Thursday, Stu Does America host Stu Burgiuere took a look at the New York Times’ online coverage of most effective ways to slow the spread of coronavirus. Why is this worth discussing?

Only in the New York times can you learn about how hand sanitizer is inferior to soap and water as a method for keeping hands coronavirus free. And be price gouged by coronavirus-inspired ads for hand sanitizer all from one news source.

So, if you are looking for a $10 travel size bottle of bootleg hand sanitizer look no further than the New York Times coronavirus coverage.

Here’s an online review from a “totally legitimate” customer:

“Regular hand washing and face masks are the best way to keep the corona away,” one “totally legitimate.”

Here’s Stu for the full story…

[embedded content] The New York Times: Price Gouging Projection?

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