Putting health advice to a beat: Listen to these COVID-19 PSA songs

TORONTO -- From pop songs to musical PSAs to dance challenges, there’s a new way to get important health information about COVID-19 out to the masses: by putting it to music.

Officials across the globe are getting creative with their attempts to inform the public amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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