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  • You know, I'd like to keep you up to date on all the latest viral trends.

  • And there's a big one sweeping the world right now.

  • It's not a good one.

  • I'm talking about the coronavirus.

  • So is everyone else.

  • Everyone's talking about it.

  • If you haven't heard of it, raise your filthy, dirty hand right now.

  • Here are some things.

  • I want to help everybody out.

  • I learned about some things you can do to lower your risk of getting the virus.

  • First of all, avoid places that there are a lot of people in, enclosed environments, especially if you've been traveling.

  • Who here is from out of town?

  • We're all fine.

  • It's important to keep your hands clean.

  • You can use hand sanitizer with alcohol in it.

  • Or just—I do tequila.

  • And then I lick it off of my hands.

  • Better yet, you can wash your hands properly.

  • And it turns out, a lot of people are not washing their hands correctly.

  • The World Health Organization released a list of seven steps for proper hand-washing.

  • So I printed them out so we can all learn together.

  • Because we're not washing our hands properly.

  • May I have my mobile sink, please?

  • Thanks, fellas.

  • Alright, I knew this would come in handy.

  • I bought it season one.

  • And I thought, one day, we're going to need a mobile sink.

  • Here it is.

  • Alright, step one, wet hands and apply enough liquid soap to create a good lather.

  • Alright, well, they don't tell you how much.

  • But I'm going to put a wholeoh, I should probablyoh, now I'vealright, alright.

  • So that's a good lather, right, right there?

  • OK, rub palms together.

  • I got that one.

  • I think that's what we do.

  • We rub palms together.

  • Rub the back of your hands.

  • Alright, does anybody alwaysdo you rub the back your hands?

  • Have you done that before?

  • Do it.

  • Rub the back of your hands.

  • Interlink fingers, OK.

  • There, interlink.

  • And then here's the church, and here's the steeple.

  • All the people try not to get the coronavirus in there.

  • Alright, and then cup your hands, cup your fingers.

  • Cup your fingers.

  • Just hold them like that, I guess.

  • Cup your fingers, I guess, like that, right?

  • Like a cute little raccoon, or something like that.

  • Alright, clean your thumbs.

  • How can you not clean your thumbs?

  • Who's just washing and avoiding their thumbs like that?

  • Clean the thumbs.

  • Rub palms with your fingers.

  • Rub palms with your fingers.

  • These are all the steps.

  • I don't know how long you're supposed to do that for.

  • How many times have I said "rub" by the way?

  • Too many.

  • Too many.

  • Alright.

  • And also, you're supposed to wash your hands for 20 seconds, or the time it takes to sing "Happy Birthday" twice.

  • Or you can choose another song for 20 seconds.

  • Jerry, hit me up with a little "Sexual Healing," please.

  • That's it!

  • That's it! Alright...

  • I have washed my hands properly!

  • Got a little dirty there.

  • But I've never felt so clean.

You know, I'd like to keep you up to date on all the latest viral trends.

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