COVID-19: Gajapati SP Records Song To Spread Awareness

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Paralakhemundi: To raise awareness on the fast spreading novel coronavirus, Gajapati Police Superintendent Sarah Sharma, who is also a trained Hindustani classical music vocalist, recorded a song urging people to take precautionary measures to stay safe.

The 35-year old SP, through her song, advises people to wash their hands frequently, use a handkerchief while coughing and sneezing, and to avoid crowded places to save themselves from getting infected.

The lyrics of the song, which has now gone viral, describes the COVID-19 virus as a guest because it was first identified in China.

Project director of DRDA Saroj Kumar Behera, District Welfare Officer Santosh Kumar Rath, singing master Raghunath Mohapatra and top officials of the district administration and police department were present during the release of the song on Monday.

 

OB Bureau

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