In the history of motherhood, no one has ever been spared from moral policing and constant coaxing from the alpha to live life the right way up and this baby elephant’s mother, amid COVID-19 scare, is no different or so it seems from a video currently going viral across the Internet. Seen setting an example of hygiene for the humans out there, the baby elephant is winning Twitterati’s hearts like nothing else this Friday. Also Read - Kejriwal Warns of Action Against Private Hospitals Denying COVID-19 Treatment, Urges Asymptomatic People to Not Test

A video shared by Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda shows a baby elephant cutely cleaning its feet on its mother’s insistence. She captioned the video, “Cajoled by the mother, this elephant calf is trying to keep its feet clean…Corona or no Corona, remaining clean is a habit (sic).” Also Read - AIIMS PG Entrance Exams 2020: Admit Cards Issued, Download From aiimsexams.org



Flooding the comments section with love, while one user wrote, “Nature is the Ultimate Guru (sic)”, another said, “Hahaha ! Such a good li’l kiddy (sic)” and yet another commented, “OMG what an intelligent animal. Despite being a baby it is cleaning its both feet like humans. In fact all humans should learn from it. This made our day (sic).”



Check Twitter’s reaction on the video here:

Several countries have been experimenting with hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus symptoms. US President Donald Trump recently touted its potential in treating COVID-19 positive patients, requesting India to help his country with supplies.

Experts, however, have urged caution until bigger trials validate hydroxychloroquine’s efficacy. Chloroquine can have potentially serious side effects, especially in high doses or when administered with other medications. To continue taking precautionary measures, the health ministry in India has suggested use of washable masks at home for people who are not infected with COVID-19. However, these masks should be washed in a day and used only after being dried in enough sunlight. As per the latest reports, Covid-19 cases in India have risen to 6,771 as death toll hits 228.