A video, shared by the UN International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), is doing the rounds on the social media, which shows a Vietnamese dancer doing a ‘hand-washing dance’ to show how one should wash their hands to protect themselves from the coronavirus. “We love this handwashing dance from Vietnamese dancer Quang Afng. Washing your hands with soap and water is one of the first steps to protect yourself from #coronavirus,” the UNICEF captioned the video on Twitter. Also Read - Maharashtra Cabinet Minister And Former CM Ashok Chavan Tests Positive For COVID-19
The song, titled Ghen Co Vy, is a collaboration between musicians Khac Hung, Min and Erik. Amid the coronavirus scare, Netizens are loving this video. A user wrote, “But but… He is touching his face before washing their hands.” Also Read - 3 Strains of Live Coronaviruses in Wuhan Institute of Virology, None Matches Virus That Led to COVID-19
“I love it. It’s good for warning people how to protect themselves from the virus. Thanks for sharing!,” tweeted another user. A post read: “As a Vietnamese, I am very happy that our message spreads around the world. Thanks very much.” Also Read - Retail Trade Lost Rs 9 Lakh Crore of Business in 60 Days: CAIT
“Be like the Vietnamese! Keep the coronavirus far away from the border,” a user remarked.
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With seven confirmed cases in India, the centre has called an emergency meeting on Wednesday. Two schools in Noida has been shut after a parent was tested positive. India has suspended all regular visas or e-visas granted to the nationals of Italy, Iran, South Korea, Japan issued on or before March 3.
India’s leading digital payment platform Paytm on Wednesday decided to shut its offices in Gurugram and Noida for at least two days after one of its employees who had recently travelled to Italy tested positive for COVID-19. In an official statement, the company informed that it has suggested team members of the COVID-19 patient to get their health tests done immediately, while all their offices will remain shut for sanitising purposes.
About 1.21 lakh passengers have been screened for coronavirus at the Delhi airport between January 15 and March 3, as per data collated by the Delhi government’s health department.