Wuhan shake, elbow bumps and other alternative greetings pick up momentum as coronavirus spreads
As health officials warn against shaking hands and coming in close contact to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, it…
As health officials warn against shaking hands and coming in close contact to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, it has resulted in some new and creative greetings.
Rather than shaking hands, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is encouraging people to bump elbows to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. The governor demonstrated it in a video of himself greeting people leaving quarantine at a facility in Omaha. https://t.co/eBxMPZ4odv pic.twitter.com/Fx0A2tJ4aj— CNN (@CNN) March 4, 2020
'ALMOST LIKE A CHICKEN DANCE': @AlexHolleyFOX29 & @MikeFOX29 demonstrate how to effectively do the elbow bump. The coronavirus has us all reconsidering hand shakes. #FOX29GoodDay— FOX 29 (@FOX29philly) March 4, 2020
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Let’s be clear: COVID-19 does not discriminate on race or nationality. Washingtonians don’t either.— Governor Jay Inslee (@GovInslee) March 4, 2020
What does help is following healthy habits (like elbow bumps instead of hand shakes). pic.twitter.com/0jTBb8y2pX