Dutch PM breaks own coronavirus handshake rule

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte was caught shaking hands on television just moments after telling the country to avoid the traditional greeting to halt the spread of coronavirus. "We'll do it again," added Rutte, before trying out the elbow-tap recommended to avoid transmission of the virus -- and then putting his arm around Dissel's shoulder to lead him offstage. Rutte had earlier set out to the nation the new steps that public health authorities recommended to curb its spread.