The coronavirus outbreak has reached Pakistan with a fifth person confirmed to have the contagious disease.
While schools have closed down and security measures in airports are going up, there's a lot of talk about precautions and prevention of COVID-19. While research is still ongoing, at this time we know that the coronavirus is being treated like a virus similar to it that tend to spread via cough and sneeze droplets.
So the care at the moment is the usual. But what's that? You don't know what to do at the time? Or you've forgotten? Don't worry, we got you. Or rather, Vietnam's got you.
Vietnamese pop stars MIN and ERIK have collaborated with the National Institute of Occupational and Environmental Health to launch a song that lets you know how to prevent catching the virus. And it's a bop.
That's right, wash your hands, don't touch your eyes nose or mouth, limit going to crowded places and chant 'Corona, corona!". Maybe not that last part. How is this so catchy?
The track has started going viral, especially after John Oliver shared it on his show - while dancing to it, we don't blame him - and can definitely make it easier to take care during this time.