George was standing there on the side walk when he had noticed Michael, an extreme germophobe, on the other side rubbing his hands all over his eyes and nose.
I need help Doc. I have so much pain, and my skin is feeling strange.
They had both noticed the other one was there. Both of them walked towards each other and shook hands for meeting once again in a long time. While there, they had chatted for a while and parted ways.
Once George had returned home, he noticed that his skin was irritating him. He started to scratch his skin rigorously. Soon it had turned crusty. At this point, George was very frustrated with the situation he is in. He wanted a doctor.
Once George had reached the doctors, he had discussed to him that he was feeling a lot of pain in his skin. Then George had found out that he was diagnosed with a Golden Staph infection. Apparently, it was from Michael because he had some bacteria lurking in his nose and other surrounding areas. Now George has to take antibiotics.
I'm sorry, you have Golden Staph disease. Did you touch anyone lately?
As George came home, his body felt so extinguished from the antibiotics he is taking. Now he knows the importance of washing his hands after touching someone else.