Ndlovu Youth Choir busts coronavirus myths with catchy new song

Ndlovu Youth Choir busts coronavirus myths with catchy new song

- The Ndlovu Youth Choir is educating South Africans amid coronavirus fears

- The famous choir released a new song busting the myths surrounding the Covid-19 virus

- The catchy song has already gathered thousands of views

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The Ndlovu Youth Choir - who shot to fame after they appeared on America's Got Talent - has released a new song.

The new tune educates South Africans on the coronavirus and busts myths instilling fear in people's hearts.

The video was shared on their Twitter page and captioned:

"There are already many dangerous myths and misunderstandings about the Coronavirus/Covid-19. We would like to assist by sharing a short video where we explain some basic guidelines."

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South Africans loved the choir's energy and applauded them for bringing joy in a time of panic and fear.

Twitter user, @GODSGENERAL3, commented:

"Beautiful is just the right word."

Analo Chukwudi, who goes by the Twitter handle @Docnalo, commented:

"This is really amazing and could help a lot."

On Thursday, Briefly.co.za reported the South African government would repatriate citizens living in China at a cost of R25 million.

The group will be accommodated at the luxury Ranch Hotel in Limpopo for 21 days as their risk is assessed for the dreaded coronavirus.

We took a look inside the resort - which boasts a beautiful golf course, swimming pool, luxury spa and offers game drives.

Meanwhile, Mmusi Maimane has joined the scores of South Africans who are calling for travel bans.

This comes as the World Health Organisation noted 'inaction' as the main reason behind the continued spread of the coronavirus. President Cyril Ramaphosa's stance remains that it is 'too early' to issue a travel ban.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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