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MILAN, ITALY - FEBRUARY 25: A woman, wearing a respiratory mask, walks past a placard showing a handshake between two hands representing the Chinese and the Italian national flags and reading 'The enemy is the virus, not the people. Go China!' in the Paolo Sarpi district (Milan's Chinatown) on February 25, 2020 in Milan, Italy. The Chinese community of Milan - the largest in Italy, counting 30.000 people, mainly natives of the coastal province of Zhejiang - has decided to shut its stores and commercial activities following the outbreak of the new coronavirus. Italy is the last country to be hit hard by the virus with 7 dead and more than 288 infected as of today. The spread marks Europe’s biggest outbreak, prompting Italian Government to issue draconian safety measures. (Photo by Emanuele Cremaschi/Getty Images)

Gone are the days of fist bumps..high fives and double kisses to greet someone…we have a new anti corona handshake. 

Amidst coronavirus fears, a video has gone viral of the “Wuhan shake” — a foot-to-foot greeting people in China are using instead of a handshake.

In a clip on Twitter, a group of men wearing face masks can be seen saying hello to each other by quickly tapping their feet together. It looks a lot like the Kid ‘N Play kick step, don’t you think?