in Newswire Published on May 20, 2022

CVS Hand Sanitizer Does Not Kill ’99.99% of Germs’ as Advertised, Class Action Claims

Catholdi-Jankowski v. CVS Health Corporation et al.

Filed: May 18, 2022 § 6:22-cv-06227

A proposed class action alleges that CVS-brand hand sanitizers have been falsely advertised as able to “kill[] 99.99% of germs.”

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