Scrubs should be freshly scrubbed
Chicago Tribune, June 18, 2008
Some healthcare professionals think healthcare workers wearing scrubs outside the hospital presents a health risk to both the general public and patients. Some of the professionals note that while hospitals say they have strict rules not to leave the hospital with scrubs, they often do not enforce them.
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