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Foals are teaching us how to 'Wash Off' our hands

They just don't want us to get coronavirus, see. Such caring souls.
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Published: 11:40 am, March 11, 2020
Foals are teaching us how to 'Wash Off' our hands

Foals are trying to help us all stay safe, with a brand new video reminding us of the best way to wash our hands.

Opportunistically set to the band's 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost' track 'Wash Off', the PSA consists of someone following advice on hand-washing, looped to the song. They just don't want us to get coronavirus, see. Such caring souls.

Genius really. Top marks.

You can check out the clip below.

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