Airport self check-in screens found to have more germs than toilet seats

Airport check-in screens have 1,000 TIMES MORE germs than toilet seats

Researchers conducted swab tests on six surfaces at three major US airports They found the average check-in screen has 253,857 colony-forming germ units This is compared to just 172 colony-forming germ units found on toilet seats Other dirty surfaces include the armrests on seats and water fountain buttons Self-service check-in screens at airports have over 1,000 times more bacteria on them than toilet seats, a new study has revealed.