Google's way of washing hands through doodle
Search engine Google has now released its Doodle in this regard, due to the spread of the Coronavirus worldwide, where people are taking precautionary measures.
The Doodle released by Google explains the right way for people to wash their hands.
Google also paid tribute to Ignaz Semmelweis, a Hungarian physician who started controlling infections in his doodle and who guided his hands-cleaning.
You must be surprised to hear that the practice of handwashing was not always common in medicine. In the mid-19th century, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis noted that mothers suffer from an unknown disease soon after childbirth. After that, the death of a few also occurred.
At that time he expressed the view that these women were suffering from illness due to doctors and medical staff, after which Ignaz Semmelweis, who was appointed as the chief resident at the hospital in Vienna, Austria, in 1847, along with the doctors The staff was directed to wash hands.
His theory was not accepted by fellow doctors for decades, but with the efforts of Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, infection rates at Vienna General Hospital declined sharply.
That is why today Google has released a video through the Doodle in honor of Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis.
In this video, the doctor appeared to teach people the correct way to wash their hands, while the video also contained a 40-second timer for hand washing.
Google also released a chart showing how to wash hands.
It is believed that the Coronavirus has spread to 180 countries of the world, after which the death toll has risen to 10 32, while the number of victims is 2 lakh 44 thousand 602.
Many cities around the world have also been locked down in fear of the virus.
Where coronavirus has infected a large number of people, 86,033 people have recovered so far.