The song is a call to action to take precautions and ensure
you aren’t infected with the coronavirus.
The song is a call to action to take precautions and ensure you aren’t infected with the coronavirus.
Several musicians across the globe have come up with songs that help raise awareness about the coronavirus.
Last week, U2 frontman Bono released a coronavirus song dedicated to the Italians.
The Ndlovu Youth Choir and Jimmy Fallon are also some of the people in the spotlight to have raised awareness about coronavirus using music.
The latest musical act to release a coronavirus song is South African band Rubber Duc.
The song is entitled, 'Wash your hands (20 second song)'.
"As musicians it is our duty to use our voice. In support of the Covid-19 fight, we have produced two songs to wash your hands to. Learn the words. Sing either in your head while soaping (20 Second Soapin' NEXT SINGLE) and you will have washed your hands for 20 seconds. SHARE & SUPPORT the Covid-19 fight," the band wrote on Twitter.
Below is the song:
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