Nurses Use ‘Frozen II‘ Song To Showcase Proper Sanitation During Coronavirus Outbreak. Doctors and Nurses are hard at work to help keep patients safe around the world. It’s no surprise some have found a fun way to help break the tension by practicing good hygiene and cleaning practices.
Good Morning America featured a video of a group of nurses showing how to properly put on their personal protective equipment, better known as PPE in the medical field, and practice good cleaning habits and interactions all while dancing and singing to the tune “Some Things Never Change” from the popular Disney film, Frozen II.
Though they don’t seem like professional choreographers, they all had fun with the demonstration and shared good habits with viewers that will surely be remembered every time we hear the iconic tune. You can watch the full video of the demonstration by Kimberly Furgeson featured on GMA by CLICKING HERE
We love to hear and see that healthcare providers are finding ways to have fun while teaching good hygiene and cleaning practices, and it never hurts to have a tune to clean to. (Just ask Snow White, she loves to whistle while she works! hehehe
You can also hear the full song “Some Things Never Change” featured in Frozen II in the video below:
What other stories have you found encouraging during this uncertain time? How are you and your family practicing good hygiene and staying clean? We would love to hear your stories in the comments! Be sure to check back here at Chip and Co. for all things Disney!
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Source: Good Morning America
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