Do non-alcohol hand sanitizers kill A H1N1 09?

There have been no studies to prove that, but CDC has said that their use, if alcohol based sanitizers or soap and water are not available, can be beneficial. It is expected that they do help in the removal of virus particles from hands. Follow the directions on the product to assure the most effectiveness. This should include using friction until the sanitizer is dry, friction helps to clean germs from hands regardless of the cleaning products used. Try for 30 seconds of rubbing hands together whenever cleaning hands. (Time that by singing two verses of Mary Had a Little Lamb).

To be certain of the sanitizing effects of a waterless hand cleaner, CDC recommends using one with 60% alcohol content. See the link below to the CDC information on this subject.