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The Ndlovu Youth Choir is getting South Africans ready to go for their vaccinations; they have released a vaccination anthem just in case you needed one.

 

South Africa (01 February 2021) – Jaba Jaba, the vaccination anthem we never knew we needed! The Ndlovu Youth Choir hopes to encourage South Africans to go out there and get their vaccinations so that life can go back to normal soon.

The first vaccinations have arrived in South Africa, if you didn’t know, you can read all about it here. Many South Africans are highly anticipating their arrival, but some are not. There is a lot of fear and conspiracy theories that thrive around vaccines, but people are working really hard to dispel this.

The Ndlovu Youth Choir have joined the conversation and hope to encourage South Africans through song. They have created an anthem to help hype people up for their vaccinations.

“Now that the vaccines are here, let us encourage one another to get the jab and do the Jaba Jaba.”

They have even come up with a dance to go along with the vaccine called the Jaba Jaba. So if you need a little encouragement or just a reason to have a laugh and dance, this is the latest anthem for you.

Take a listen to the vaccine anthem below.


Sources: YouTube
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