Nine out of ten stopped shaking hands during coronavirus pandemic: Swedish Radio survey

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Nine out of ten people have stopped shaking hands as a greeting, according to a Novus survey commissioned by Swedish Radio in western Sweden, measuring how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted habits.

Emelie Hultberg, head of the Västra Götaland medical association, told Swedish Radio she is pleased with the results, and that the pandemic had also changed how doctors behave.

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