"This is just very practical advice" that should affect only a few hundred people, she said, adding that there is no proof people actually have trace elements of the nerve agent on their clothes.
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The investigation has triggered a diplomatic row and prompted crisis talks in Whitehall but Ms Rudd said police must respond to 'evidence, not to rumour'. He then worked at the Foreign Ministry until 2003, and later became involved in business.
A short distance away, a convoy of military vehicles rolled into the car park at Salisbury District Hospital to recover a police car.
Officers have erected a large white tent close to where she was buried in 2012.
A 30-year-old man has been charged with breaching a cordon at one of the sites, The Maltings shopping area, on Friday night. Ex-spy Skripal and his daughter Yulia reportedly ate at a Zizzi restaurant before falling critically ill.
The father and daughter were found unconscious March 4 on a bench in Salisbury.
Its statement continued "over time, repeated skin contact with contaminated items may pose a small risk to health". "We need to look at what is happening sustainably in the economy", he said.
British officials say there is not a public health threat but some residents have become alarmed by the site of investigators wearing extensive hazardous material protection gear.
Other items, such as phones, needed to be cleaned with baby wipes, while the agency recommended that jewellry and glasses be washed by hand with regular detergent. Skripal's house has also been extensively searched for clues and traces of the nerve agent.
Identifying the source of the nerve agent continues to be central to the investigation, but Rudd has so far declined to name any potential culprits. Speaking to reporters, Erdogan said NATO member Turkey sent troops to conflict zones when requested but did not receive support in return.
Britain is to raise the Sergei Skripal poisoning case with its Nato allies, a defence minister has revealed, The Independent writes. Russia has proved to be a serial abuser of the Interpol system, which is supposed to share information on wanted criminals across jurisdictions for the purposes of extradition.
British police have identified more than 200 witnesses and are looking at more than 240 pieces of evidence.
Chapman was traded for Skripal, who is fighting for life in hospital, in a 2010 spy swap. British police say that more than 20 people in total were injured in the alleged attack, which has been described by authorities as "attempted murder".
Theresa May, then the Home Secretary, told MPs she would be seeking European arrest warrants for the two suspected killers, and said there would be a Treasury freeze on the pair's assets.