Hey kids! Learn about Covid-19 with Papa & Pipi

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  • Monday, 23 Mar 2020

Let animated duo Papa & Pipi educate and inform young children about hygiene and safety precautions they can take during the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Monsta

The animation company behind the successful BoBoiBoy TV show and films, Monsta, is releasing a series of public service announcement videos on Covid-19 to educate and inform children.

They feature the popular duo Papa & Pipi, talking about the importance of washing hands and staying home during this period, all done in a fun and informative way.

The first video – Duduk Diam-Diam! Jauhi Covid-19 – was released on Monsta's official YouTube channel on March 18, and it has gotten more than half a million views.

According to a press statement by Monsta, there will be more videos on safety during this challenging time.

The statement reads: "Monsta hopes that this public service campaign will prove helpful in informing the public and in supporting the authorities and our medical personnel who are diligently working on the frontlines, in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic."

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