Maharashtra Teacher creates COVID 19 nursery rhyme for kids in slums

  • | Friday | 15th May, 2020

In a bid to create awareness about the COVID-19 pandemic among children in slums, a teacher in Maharashtra's Aurangabad city created a nursery rhyme in Marathi to teach them the 20-second hand-washing routine. While frontline workers tackle COVID-19 on a war footing, teachers like Sunita Nagkirti are tasked with creating awareness about the pandemic in hotspot areas, especially slums. A video of Nagkirti teaching a group of children the 20-second hand-washing technique using a nursery rhyme was posted on Twitter by state sports commissioner Om Prakash Bakoriya. But I used some popular Marathi nursery rhymes and created a fun handwash song," she said. Even adults in slums need to know about the level of hygiene they need to maintain to fight coronavirus, she added.

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