Two more coronavirus cases were confirmed in Kenyan and Kenyans can’t help but panic. This is considering the fact that we are a social nation.
In normal circumstances Kenyans normally hug, great or even peck others as a way of greeting.
That will now be pushed aside as there are more creative ways to greet each other to minimize the spread of germs.
Below are photos describing each greeting.
This means tapping the other person’s gently with your arm. This is especially applicable to men as for women some might take it as harassment.
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Fist tapping (Kugoteana)