Tesco also do a 70% gel in a 50ml bottle for £1 - had 4 delivered yesterday with the shopping. There are variations of the percentage of alcohol needed depending on whether Ethanol or Isopropyl alcohol is used. Also, alcohol evaporates so better to stick with a higher percentage, where available.
There is no minimum 70% for Covid, as the earlier links demonstrate. Not sure what else you want me to say. You don't appear to be willing to share any evidence to contradict the information I've provided and nothing you've shared so far has demonstrated sufficient depth of knowledge to support the fact that you are 'in the know'.
Further desperate cut and pastes, get a life.... The NHS use nothing less than 70%, more often 80% alcohol and no NHS practice would consider using Cuticura, at 66% (whichever way you spin the alcohol content), it does not meet the minimum 70% for Covid viruses... Further cutting and pasting from google isn't going to help you in this debate, you need hard facts from those that know.
V.good idea. Cheers.
Using words like 'junkies' for no particular reason does not make you look less daft either. He is right, 66% by volume should be ok (Even I do prefer 70% +) and he has provided info in this matter.