Dr. Oz Teaches Us the Best Way to Wash Our Hands
Jimmy Fallon used every connection he's got to get Dr. Oz on his Tonight Show and the doctor had an amazing lesson for all of us on how to properly wash your hands to prevent getting the COVID-19 coronavirus.
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@dr_oz shows Jimmy the best hand-washing method to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus #FallonTonight
Fifth Harmony's smash hit "Work From Home" is having a moment with the coronavirus pandemic. The 2016 track is back in a big way thanks to coronavirus memes on social media. As health officials remind people of social distancing and more companies encourage their employees to stay home, "Work From Home" is bringing some positivity to the situation. Twitter users are calling it the "anthem of 2020" and the perfect soundtrack for a self-quarantine.
With many people now forced to work from home to avoid contamination, the 2016 tune is popping up in memes, tweets, playlists and more. It's even back on the iTunes charts, jumping 250 spots in one day. You could say it's – ahem – going viral.
On her Instagram Story, Taylor Swift posted a message warning fans to practice social distancing. She wrote, "Guys, I follow you online and I love you guys so much and I need to express my concern that things aren't being taken seriously enough right now."
On Instagram, Lady Gaga posed with her three adorable dogs, and wrote, "So I talked to some doctors and scientists. It’s not the easiest for everyone right now but the kindest/healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine and not hang out with people over 65 and in large groups." She is spending this time quarantined at home and chatting with fans via Skype from all over the world about her upcoming album Chromatica. These are fans from France.
Chromatica will be everywhere on April 10 and I for one can't wait to hear it.