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This ‘Scrubs’ clip has gone viral for showing how infection spreads

Want to know how infection spreads? A clip from ‘Scrubs’ will show you

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Elliot (Sarah Chalke) and J.D. (Zach Braff) in “Scrubs.”

Elliot (Sarah Chalke) and J.D. (Zach Braff) in “Scrubs.”

Dean Hendler, NBC Entertainment

A clip from the mid-aughts show “Scrubs” has gone viral once again during the age of the coronavirus and COVID-19 because it shows how infection spreads, according to CNN.

What happens:

  • The clip comes from the “Scrubs” episode titled “My Cabbage,” which aired in 2006. It shows how a sneeze can spread an illness. Dr. Ken Jenkins explains in the episode that “infection” can cause major amounts of deaths because it spreads.
  • The clip shows a boy sneeze into his hands. His mother cleans his nose. Her hand turns green since bacteria spread to her. She shakes a doctor’s hand. Doctor has a green hand. He bumps into a nurse. They drop papers and pick them up. Nurse’s hand turns green. She touches a patient. The patient turns green.
  • Watch the clip below.

Social media revives the clip.

  • Plenty of social media members shared the clip on Twitter to reemphasize how important it is to avoid spreading diseases. Washing your hands has become a staple way to stop infection from spreading, especially during the time of the coronavirus.