This Hilarious Video Makes It Easy to Remember Tips to Avoid Getting Sick
Sing along to "hugas hugas" with matching dance moves a la Super Junior.
(SPOT.ph) Preventing the spread of a disease is no laughing matter, and everyone's doing the most they can to stay healthy and clean. The number of novel coronavirus—or COVID-19—cases in the country is now up to 35 and while that's a lot in just a span of a few weeks, you can take steps to prevent its further spread. There are plenty of infographics floating around, but if you're looking for a fun and informative way to remember the guidelines, Macoy Averilla—yes, the guy behind "Ganda ka?" dub on social media—takes K-Pop group Super Junior's hit song "Sorry, Sorry" and changes the lyrics to steps that can help you avoid getting sick.
Aside from encouraging viewers to wash their hands, the parody warns users of hoarding supplies (like masks and alcohol) and to leave some for other people to buy or use. It also mentions going to the doctor for a check-up if you're not feeling well, and avoiding travel to countries with a travel ban. And if you must, Macoy Dubs says to self-quarantine for 14 days, which is in line with the World Health Organization's protocol.
While the video doesn't contain every bit of information you need to keep the virus at bay, it does list down the info that's easiest to remember. The parody's more than 20 seconds long, too, so in case you're looking for songs to sing while washing your hands, you can sing "hugas, hugas, hugas, hugas" to the tune of "Sorry, Sorry." K-Pop fans easily know the 2009 hit, but even if you've never heard the track before, the tune's catchy enough to follow.