Well, that didn’t take long.
After Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
used coined the term “speaking moistly” during a press conference outside his home yesterday morning, someone has now turned his comments into a preventative advice anthem of sorts.
Trudeau made the comments while speaking about the federal government’s plans to produce up to 30,000 ventilators. This decision, he said, came after comments from Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, who advised that Canadians can wear non-medical masks while out in public “as an additional measure” to protect others against the spread of the coronavirus.
Noting that he “is not a medical expert,” Trudeau said the most important thing is for people to stay home. If they do go out, they need to stay two meters apart.
He continued to say that masks help people avoid “speaking moistly” — meaning it prevents the spread of the droplets that carry the virus.
Now, that term, and the advice he offered before and after the fact, have been turned into a song and shared on YouTube by anonymotif.
Check it out for yourself below.
Yes, we know it’s only April, but we’re calling it now: This is the official theme song for Summer 2020.