Traditional faucets were out. Touchless fixtures were in. Think about it. It makes sense. Less bad things are transmitted when you touch fewer things. It's been that way at WNEP for several months.
I'm on vacation.
I was at home, in my kitchen the other afternoon, attempting to wash my hands. I soaped up, using a high quality anti bacterial soap, and I placed my hands under the faucet. I waited. I waited some more.
And then I realized I was at home. My kitchen faucet is relatively new, but it still requires you to flip a handle to turn it on.
You can take the man out of the office, but you can't take the office out of the man.