#SafeHandsChallenge: WHO Promotes 'power Of Clean Hands' Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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In a bid to spread awareness about COVID-19 and combat the infection, the World Health Organisation took to Twitter to launch a handwashing challenge.

Written By Riya Baibhawi | Mumbai | Updated On:
#SafeHandsChallenge: WHO promotes 'power of clean hands' amid COVID-19 pandemic

In a bid to spread awareness about COVID-19 and combat the infection, the World Health Organisation took to Twitter to launch a handwash challenge using #SafeHandsChallenge. On March 13, WHO posted a clip featuring its director-general washing his hands as he demonstrates the accurate way to wash hands. 

Along with 2-minute long step by step guide, the global health organisation wrote that there were simple things like washing hands with soap that could help people protect themselves. It then launched the #SafeHandschallenge prompting users to share their handwashing videos. 

'How to handwash' 

In a series of tweets, WHO also explained how to properly hand wash and hand rub using a variety of infographics. The challenge was joined by a variety of people who shared their own experiences and tips to stay safe during the outbreak. 

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