By Erica Cawagas

Disclamer: We know and understand Covid-19 is a very serious pandemic that should not be taken lightly, but with all of the seriousness in the world we thought it would be fun to make a playlist about Covid-19.

We hope this makes you smile and gives you some inspiration for what song to sing in your head, or out loud, while washing your hands.

“Don’t Stand So Close to Me” – The Police (1980)
Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing. – WHO (World Health Organization)

“Can’t Feel My Face” – The Weekend (2015)
An everyday action you can do to help prevent the spread of COVID19 is avoid touching your face, nose, and eyes. – CDC (Centre of Disease Control and Prevention)

“All By Myself” – Celine Dione (1996)
If you need to self-isolate stay home. Do not attend work, school, social events or any other public gatherings. Avoid close contact with other people – especially seniors and people with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems. – Alberta.ca

“Emergency Room” – Stephycube (2019)
If you have symptoms such as fever, cough and difficulty breathing or have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19, do not go to a physician’s office or the emergency room. Stay home and call Health Link 811. – AHS (Alberta Health Services)

“Between Two Lungs” – Florence + the Machine (2009)
Some common symptoms of COVID19 are fever, cough and shortness of breath. – AHS

“Stayin’ Alive” – The Beegees (1977)
The mortality rate of COVID-19 is 3.4 per cent world-wide estimated as of March 3, 2020. – WHO

“Underneath the Mask” – Royal & the Serpent (2019)
Masks should only be worn by those infected. If a healthy person is wearing a mask for the purpose of preventing catching COVID19, it needs to be changed every 15 minutes to be effective. – Rhonalee Schultz RN (Registered Nurse)

“So Sick” – Neyo (2005)
Some more extreme symptoms of COVID19 are difficulty breathing and pneumonia. – CDC

“I Will Survive” – Gloria Gaynor (1978)
Most people (about 80%) recover from this disease without needing special treatment. However, it can cause serious illness. Those who are older, and those with other medical problems are more likely to develop serious illness. – AHS

“Leaving On a Jet Plane” – John Denver 1966
Travel outside Canada is not recommended at this time. If travelling is unavoidable, you must self-isolate for 14 days after your return. – Canada.ca