To Prevent Corona Virus You Can Use Spock’s Vulcan Salute

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LOS ANGELES - SEPTEMBER 15: Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock in "Star Trek: The Original Series" episode 'Amok Time'. Spock shows the Vulcan salute, usually accompanied with the words, "Live long and prosper." Original airdate, September 15, 1967. Image is a screen grab. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images)

The new type of corona virus outbreak COVID-19, which has taken over a large part of the world, has become one of the biggest public health problems of recent years. People are hesitant to even shake each other’s hands to avoid the virus. At this point, the iconic Vulcan greetings in Star Trek can see your business more than enough.

In a news we shared before, we shared the video in China where two people greeted by banging their feet together instead of shaking hands. We do not know if the foot greeting that people think of as a precaution against the corona virus is adopted and adopted by the rest of the world, but in this news, we will show you a tenfold and simple method of greeting.

Even if you are not a big Star Trek fan, you surely know the iconic Vulcan salute, in which the index and middle finger and ring and little finger are separated. This greeting style, invented by actor Leonard Nimoy, who died in 2015, Speaking of spock is one of the first things that come to mind. The movement in question usually means “peace” and “long life”.

Vulcan salute may not be easy for everyone, but you can easily overcome it with a little practice. After all, it is worth it to protect from corona or other viruses. Is not it? Even American actor George Hosato Takei, known for his role as Hikaru Sulu in the 60s Star Trek series, supports the Vulcan salute.

I wouldn’t be surprised if you see that Queen Elizabeth II of England, who is shaking hands with people using gloves to protect against the Corona virus, or Horst Seehofer, the German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who does not shake the hand held by the German chancellor, supports the Vulcan salute in the coming days. Finally, the Premier League management announced that the handshake ceremony held by the players in the pre-match ceremony was interrupted for the prevention of corona virus.


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