Kazakhstanis are advised to avoid handshaking

Due to the spread of the new type of coronavirus in the world, handshakes are being refused in many countries to protect the population from infection.

Kazakhstanis were advised to give up shaking hands in order not to catch the infection. Instead, a famous scientist suggested that Kazakhstanis should use the traditional ‘Salem Beru’.

Social networks and messengers actively disseminate a video, where the famous academician, president of the Kazakh Academy of Nutrition and honorary professor of Asfendiyarov KazNMU Toregeldy Sharmanov explains why a handshake is not a safe way to greet people.

According to Toregeldy Sharmanov, handshake greeting is not only dangerous in terms of hygiene, but also a serious threat of infection.

The Honorary Professor noted that, following traditions, Salem gives the junior to the senior, and the senior does not have to bow to the junior in return.

It is worth mentioning that due to the spread of a new kind of coronavirus in the world, handshakes are refused in many countries in order to protect the population from infection, and police officers are already on duty asking citizens to refuse to touch each other with their mouthpieces. In France, people are advised to forget the traditional greeting of a kiss on the cheek during an outbreak of infection. Now all the French have to do to greet each other is look at each other in the eye. In Poland, New Zealand, Romania, Spain, Brazil and other countries around the world, traditions that threaten to get infected by infections are also being abandoned.


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