Since health officials are cautioning against shaking hands and giving a friendly European kiss in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, just how exactly are we to greet each other?
While fist bumps and high fives transmit half as many bacteria than a handshake, they're currently not recommended.
Instead, US Surgeon General Jerome Adams introduced the elbow bump. World Health Organization Assistant Director General Bruce Aylward is also on board with the idea.
Since experts say the best protection is no contact at all, the former president of the Indian Medical Association advised trying out the "Corona Namaste," which is a variation of the yoga bow.
Personally, this is how I will be greeting other people until COVID-19 goes away.