Google Doodle is remembering someone again this time as each time. This person is also important in today's time because he gave the world the benefits of hand washing for the first time. He's Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis. Born Jul. 1, 1818 in Buda, Hungary, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis spoke about washing hands for the first time and this is the biggest need of the day.
Coronavirus has spread panic around the world and the World Health Organization is constantly talking about ways to avoid it. The first and best way in these ways is to keep your hands clean.
On this day, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis was made a resident at the Maternity Clinic at the Vienna General Hospital in 1847 and has the advantages of washing hands here. You may not know that Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis is also known as the Keepers of mothers.
He had a Ph.D. from the University of Vienna and in the 19th century, a strange-infested children's fever "led to the deaths of fast bakery people across Europe.
Semmelweis put himself in the search for the cause behind child fever and after a long attempt, he found that the doctors had spread the infection from one patient to another. With immediate effect, orders have been released that the doctors thoroughly wash their hands, as a result, the infection begins to decline and the number of the overdue person also begins to decline.
Google today has described how to wash hands with the help of their doodles so you can also keep yourself free from infection. Google has a video link on its doodles showing the right way to wash their hands.