Maintaining a clean and sanitary environment in hearing health practices has always been important, but these days practicing good hygiene is even more crucial. Everything we touch is being sanitized and disinfected. At my local grocery store, the shopping carts are being wiped down after every use, and the staff at a local take-out restaurant cleans the door handle every few minutes. People are wearing face coverings when out in public, and we're all being encouraged to wash our hands for 20 seconds with soap and warm water frequently throughout the day.
But if I need my ears scanned, what sanitation procedures should I expect?