To the editor: I am in total agreement with Dr. Lieberman and his March 3 “Public cleanliness” letter to the editor. I would like to add to his observances the kitchen help, cooks and waitstaff who go to the restrooms wearing their aprons. Many of them make such brief visits that certainly break all speed records for adequate hand-washing.
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