A New Trend in Greeting #Infographic

A New Trend in Greeting #Infographic

As the coronavirus continues to spread in America–people now tend to smile or nod along with the rest of the world rather than shake hands.

The coronavirus outbreak began in China, and within two months, the disease spread to more than 121,000 people in 121 countries. The virus is a respiratory disease that, according to health experts, can easily transmitted from person to person by the droplets formed when coughing and sneezing.

Health authorities have encouraged people to frequently wash their hands, avoid rubbing their eyes, and wear a mask if they have flu-like symptoms to prevent transmission of the virus. It was also told that this limits travel and public meetings among the global population.

Similarly, many Americans avoid handshakes with their peers to reduce the potential spread. Approximately 62 percent of respondents said that in a YouGov survey they now wave in greeting, while 55 percent chose nod.

Bumping elbows and moving toes, too, is turning into a modern way of greeting.

As of that year, the coronavirus or COVID–19 caused more than 4,000 deaths, while over 66,000 people were saved. Evidence reveals that the virus is 20 times more deadly than measles, and has an immense effect on the global economy.

A New Trend in Greeting #Infographic

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