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Cellphones, keyboards, railings: All the things we touch can spread germs. Dr. John Torres joins TODAY to tell you what you need to know about hand sanitizers, disinfecting sprays and wipes. “It has to be on your hands for at least 20 seconds to kill the virus,” he explains.