Everyone who read my facebook post thought I was hyperventilating because of the nastiness of all those germs. But while the thought of sharing the world's bacteria on the TV remote gives me the heeby-jeebies, that's not what had me gasping for breath.
In the first sentence, the writer says "between 2 to 10" and I know you know that's not the correct way to state a range, because we've covered that subject right here on the blog. It's either "between 2 and 10" or "from 2 to 10."
Then in the second sentence, all semblance of proper usage goes right down the proverbial toilet when the writer says "The presence of bacteria's doesn't guarantee etc." Bacterias as a plural of bacterium is bad enough, but throwing that unnecessary apostrophe in there just adds fuel to the grammatical fire. The word is bacterium (sing.)/bacteria (pl.).