There are scares of superbacteria in the hospitals here. I don't think anything major has happened in this city but in the country's capital city which isn't that far away, I know there has been some pretty nasty bacteria in the hospitals that don't respond to the usual antibiotics. I went to the hospital twice so far to have my cervix checked and the whole time I was there I was trying not to touch anything and immediately washed hands and disinfected after touching doors and again before walking out. I just get the heebie jeevies. They even asked me when I first went there to think if I have been in a hospital overnight at any point in the past decade, because that would automatically increase my likelihood of having been exposed to truly nasty germs. Thankfully, I have not overnighted in any hospital for ten years, and I am certainly not eager to be in any germy hospital any more than I have to be from now on. I like my nice, clean home, with the nice friendly bacteria that our bodies already know and live alongside without issue.
I do hope that the last round of pinworm meds clears it up for GOOD because that is the only thing that I have been stressing out over in my own home, constant vacuuming and washing all linen/towel/pyjamas in the morning. The OTC stuff didn't work for all the households my sons live at, and we are now about a month clear of symptoms after two rounds of prescription meds, but I'll relax more in another month or two without symptoms from anyone and stop stressing about microscopic pinworm eggs that could be anywhere and everywhere....and truly start to feel that my home is the cleanest place to give birth. (But even then, pinworms are benign and superbacteria are not so if I had to choose right now it would still be home)