The GhenCoVy song of Vietnam is broadcast on American television

The GhenCoVy song of Vietnam is broadcast on American television
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Watch Clip: The GhenCoVy song of Vietnam is broadcast on American television

     “Ghen Cô Vy” – a cheerleading song by the Ministry of Health of Vietnam, which was carried out for the purpose of propagating sanitation of the Covid-19 epidemic, has just appeared on US television on the talk show “Last Week Tonight with John” Oliver ”.

     The song made the MC of the show – comedian John Oliver – extremely excited with funny and cute expressions.

     This broadcast has just aired on US television on the last 1/3. Accordingly, MC John Oliver emphasized Vietnam’s success in controlling the Covid-19 epidemic, in which the song “Ghen Cô Vy” was praised as a great way to communicate to the community. about the epidemic prevention.

     While the Vietnamese melody was playing, the show made subtitles so viewers in the US could understand the lyrics. When the melody finished, MC John Oliver expressed excited excitement: “Great! Great! Great! … Vietnam has made a song to encourage people to wash their hands often to prevent viruses, the melody is very good, very “impulsive” too.

     “Many young people who like this song even create a trend of dancing to the lyrics, creating a dance challenge on social networks. This song is great, a song about washing hands but done very well, causing many other songs also talking about clean hygiene suddenly became somewhat … “silly” by the melody, the song old word worn … “.

     “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” is a late-night news program, focusing on breaking news in American social life, mentioned and commented in a close and humorous style, by comedian John Oliver lead. The program lasts about half an hour each episode aired, starting in 2014 and since then has been regular audience weekly.

     While the Covid-19 epidemic situation has become a worldwide news story, the program “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” spent an entire episode on March 1 to talk about this pandemic and how to cope with it. Early handling of different countries of the world.

     “Ghen Cô Vy” is a creative propaganda song, emphasizing hygiene prevention, by the Institute of Occupational Health and Environment, under the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with musician Khac Hung, singer Min and singer Erik performed. The song has a duration of more than 3 minutes with meaningful lyrics and beautiful messages. Let’s enjoy this impressive song again …

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