Camila Cabello's Song Tweaked By YouTuber To Spread Awareness On COVID-19

What’s Viral

In Camila Cabello's song video shot by the Youtuber Shaarvi, she can be seen tweaking on the track asking people to stay hydrated and follow proper hygiene.

Written By Zaini Majeed | Mumbai | Updated On:
Camila Cabello

A Twitter user named Rashmi Shaarvi has captured the attention of the online audience with a video in which she can be seen tweaking on Camila Cabello’s popular song Havana. The 1.25-second clip features the Bengaluru based YouTuber spreading awareness about preventive measures amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Twitter has appreciated the informative video shot by Shaarvi wherein she asks people to stay hydrated and follow proper hygiene. She urges the audience to seek medical attention immediately in case they have any symptoms, or if they feel unwell. She further asks the public not to panic. The entire video is captured in a creative way and amongst many that lauded Shaarvi’s efforts was the business tycoon Anand Mahindra. “There seems to be an unexpected dividend from Covid 19: Creativity is bubbling up all over and social isolation is aiding that process”, he wrote in a caption while sharing the video.

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Netizens applaud

The clip has gained 13.1k views till now and is being shared widely across the internet. “Do not go to your doctor. You will infect everyone in the waiting room, or they will infect you. Call your doctor and he will arrange for a protected nurse to visit and assess you”, commented a concerned user. ‘Beautifully put”, wrote another admiring the video. Users also pointed out that the woman has a captivating voice and is very talented.

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