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These Indian Cops COVID Handwash Dance Goes Viral

Washing your hands with sanitizers and handwash was one of the key preventive measures suggested by the scientists and doctors to stop the spread of Coronavirus. The World Health Organisation had termed COVID-19 as ''pandemic'' after the virus has spread like wildfire across the globe. 

Meanwhile, six police officers working in Kerala police has come up with a video where they are dancing while washing their hands in a bod to teach the basic precaution against the virus. The video has become viral all across the internet and has garnered a lot of attention. 

The video features six policemen dancing to the tune of the hit song Kalakkatha from the film Ayyappanum Koshiyum. The video was first posted on the internet on March 17 and since then has crossed more than 8 lakh views on Facebook, along with 28,000 'shares' and over 2,000 of comments praising the initiative.

Many people commented on the video as well saying that they liked the video. 

"Such a motivating as well as educating video," wrote one person in the comments section. "Great choreography," another praised, while a third added: "Good initiative."

Kerala has already reported 25 positive cases and home quarantined 17,743 people so far. Kerala has already reported 25 positive cases and home quarantined 17,743 people so far. Besides, around 18,472 people are under surveillance, of which 268 are undergoing treatment in hospitals.


 Meanwhile, the count for the number of cases around the world stands at  219,548. 8,971 people have died as per Worldometer. The number of recovered cases stands at 85,749 at the moment as per Worldometer. 


India has started screening at airports and have suspended visas till April 15. As per official figures, a total of 13,54,858 have been screened at various airports in India so far.


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