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As coronavirus scare looms, UNICEF tweets Movie of’handwashing Dancing’

Since coronavirus tightens its grip throughout the world, the United Nations’ service for kids (UNICEF) on Tuesday posted a movie that underscores the importance of washing hands.

The bureau tweeted a movie of”handwashing dancing” with a Vietnamese artist called Quang Dang.

“We adore this handwashing dancing from Spartan warrior, Quang Dang,” the bureau said in its tweet including, “washing your hands with water and soap is among the very first actions to shield yourself from #coronavirus”.

The movie reveals Đăng and a different priest mixing up handwashing manners with groovy dancing steps.

The United Nations and the World Health Organisation recommend washing hands frequently to keep the disease at bay.

“Hands must be cleaned frequently, particularly before eating; after blowing nose, coughing, or sneezing; and visiting the bathroom. If soap and water aren’t easily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60% alcohol,” UNICEF said in one of its current releases on coronavirus.

The latest to test positive for the disease in the nation comprises 14 Italian allies as well as an Indian driver who had been connected with both Italian nationals who tested positive for the illness from Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Six people from Agra, household of the Delhi individual, also tested positive. A boy at Hyderabad who lately returned from Dubai and functioned in Bengaluru also tested positive for coronavirus. Earlier, India had supported three coronavirus instances from Kerala who successfully recovered from the disease.