Well the reason for this is that you didn’t address the initial premise of the discussion and kept ignoring the points I raised and instead mentioned other unrelated points. Hospital protocol is always changing based on “evidenced-based medicine” and always being “improved upon” based on the latest research. Perhaps today the protocol is that alcohol is the go-to for disinfecting. Perhaps in a few years they will decide that something else is better. This is not necessarily permanent and is subject to potential change with new research. My mentioning olive oil was regarding personal use as opposed to using alcohol based wipes/ hand sanitizers. This much can definitely be done. With regards to the hospital setting, that can be discussed in detail with a Mufti by one explaining for example that: “At my current job as a health care professional I have to engage in protocol that requires use of alcohol based products for disinfection. Is there leeway in this?” Etc But this was not the initial discussion. The initial discussion was regarding the Sharii prohibition/permissibility of consuming and or touching liquid substances that have the potential to intoxicate. You decided that they are permissible for use as disinfectants in opposition to the Mufta bihi qawl which you dismissed. The point is if you want to take that route then you have to accept all fatawa that follow from that alternative position. Mufti Zahid genuinely and correctly laid out the ruling as per the mufta bihi position and this can’t be dismissed just because of your own personal circumstances that involves following man-made hospital protocols. That’s a different discussion altogether.