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The spread of the new crown has inadvertently changed all aspects of the world's lives, according to Daowai media, a daily newspaper on March 6. Americans are no longer willing to shake hands, Britons are trying to minimize meeting, and French attractions are even reluctant to receive cash.
American politicians do not shake hands
U.S. Senator Lindsay Graham reached out and hit his elbow instead of shaking hands to say hello, while congressman Alexandria ocasio Cortes put his hand on his chest, AP reported on March 4. Senator Bill Cassidy took out the hand sanitizer, while another senator, Marco Rubio, had to "start using lotion" because he washed his hands too often.
The report said that in Washington, the capital of the United States, where the meeting is closely related to political life and culture, the coronavirus is rapidly changing the normal situation of the meeting.
Spring is usually when schools organize outings and meetings, but some activities have been cancelled, the report said. On March 3, the International Monetary Fund and the world bank announced that their annual spring meeting in Washington would be changed to a "virtual form" of online meetings.
According to the report, the white house quietly revised the admission procedures for journalists without regular press cards. Those who want to enter the white house now need to say whether they have left the United States in the past 30 days.
President trump, who claims to be a purist, avoided shaking hands with strangers for a long time. "One of the scourges of American society is the handshake," he wrote in his 1997 book "Resurrection: the immortal bird of investment."
"I haven't touched my face for weeks," trump told reporters March 4. I miss it all. "
British fashion don't meet
Toilet paper and alcohol were sold out on store shelves on March 3 as people began to hoard supplies in response to the possible spread of the new crown, the Daily Telegraph website reported on March 4.
David Moore is the owner of piedadetel, a Michelin star restaurant in London. "A lot of appointments for the next two weeks have been cancelled," he told reporters. It's a little scary. "
In order to relax the guests, Moore provided each table with a bottle of hand sanitizer, the report said. But he said: "if this continues for months, we're going to close."
However, in some departments, the panic caused by coronavirus has brought about a prosperous business situation.
It is reported that the capacity of taxis in London has increased because customers want to use barriers to separate drivers. These customers are turning from private vehicles.
"Passengers tell drivers that they like the isolation provided by the glass screens of taxis," said Steve McNamara, Secretary General of the association of licensed taxi drivers
Real estate agents say many viewing activities have been cancelled, while video viewing has increased. "I've cancelled all meetings this week and rescheduled them using Skype or FaceTime," said agent Henry Pryor
No cash collection for French scenic spots
According to the associated press on March 4, the Louvre no longer receives cash due to concerns about the new coronavirus epidemic.
As part of the new measures, the most visited museum in Europe is moving to accept only bank card payments. The new measures will help persuade employees who are worried about getting sick to return to work on March 4.
The report said the move could put the Louvre in conflict with the French central bank, which said it was illegal and unnecessary to reject cash.
Concerns that paper money might become a viral vector are not limited to the Louvre, the report said.
Versailles is another major tourist attraction in the suburb of Paris. At Versailles, employees are also worried about touching paper money and tickets during the new coronavirus epidemic, although the former residence of the French royal family still charges cash.
Public health historian Patrick Zilberman says there has been a long-standing fear of getting sick from touching paper money. In the middle ages, people used cigarettes to clean paper money because they believed that the use of paper money would lead to the spread of the plague, Zilberman said.
The Louvre confirmed on March 4 that the museum would no longer accept cash. But it also points out that half of its tickets have been sold online.
"Cash is no longer accepted," said Andre sarristine, a trade union representative at the Louvre. This is a temporary measure during the outbreak. "
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