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    Soap can effectively remove and deactivate Salmonella bacteria from surfaces, including hands, when used properly. The surfactants in soap help to break down the outer lipid layer of the bacteria, disrupting its structure and making it easier to wash away. Additionally, the mechanical action of rubbing hands together while washing helps to physically remove the bacteria from the skin. However, it’s essential to wash hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds to ensure proper removal of bacteria and reduce the risk of Salmonella transmission.

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