Ndlovu Youth Choir
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The world-famous Ndlovu Youth Choir are using their voices to dispel panic and rumours surrounding Covid-19 and to encourage hand washing.


South Africa (13 March 2020) – Don’t Panic, Don’t Spread Rumours, We Will Beat Corona. These are the words echoed throughout the Ndlovu Youth Choir’s song about washing your hands and avoiding your face.

The talented choir shot to global fame during their time on America’s Got Talent, but the Ndlovu Youth Choir first caught the attention of the world when they performed an isiZulu cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” during an interview on Jacaranda’s breakfast show.

The Youth Choir became the voice of South Africa during their rise to international fame on the America’s Got Talent stage. Now, they are using the voice to offer sound advice and to encourage everyone not to panic.

They wrote the song about facing the Covid-19 virus in South Africa and their supporters are loving it. Many fans have thanked them for encouraging calm during this time. They have even received thanks from fans beyond South Africa with their song is reaching people Ireland and even Italy.

“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.” – Ndlovu Youth Choir

Take a look at their video below.

Source: Ndlovu Youth Choir
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