Let Julie Andrews teach you how to fight COVID-19 with the Sound of Music

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People around the world are in lockdown, but that hasn’t stopped the internet from creatively fighting COVID-19.

Song parodies have become popular online, but none of them can match Julie Andrews teaching children how to avoid infection with the sound of music.

Related: This teen’s performance in the passenger seat of his mom’s car is worthy of Broadway

Shirley Serban’s videos recreating iconic songs from the 1965 musical have gone viral for good reason.

“Thank you so much to the thousands of people who have commented and contacted me in other ways. I’m absolutely floored and very grateful that I can help bring smiles to faces through this,” Serban wrote on YouTube after her first video, “Do Re Mi COVID-19 Version,” became popular.

But her second one, a spoof of “My Favorite Things,” has also taken off thanks to Serban’s genius at matching updated lyrics with the film.

They’re the perfect thing to watch when you’re vonTrapped at home.

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