Jaclyn Victor, Jeryl Lee, among Malaysian singers performing tonight's online show

Jaclyn Victor is one of the singers participating in the virtual concert. Photo: Izzrafiq Alias/The Star

In line with the Making Flu Prevention My New Normal campaign spearheaded by Immunise4Life, Malaysian artiste are banding together for a special online show happening tonight.

Hosted by Tamil host and singer MK or Muthu Kumara and emcee Jeremy Teo, the show features a variety of performances including by singers like Jaclyn Victor, girl group De Fam, Talitha and Jeryl Lee Pei Ling, as well as magician Andrew Lee, comedian Kavin Jay, beatboxer Sawyer Leong, actor Douglas Lim and a dance performance by child actress Debbie Loo.

In a press release, Jaclyn Victor stated: “When I heard about this cause, I couldn’t be happier (to participate). I have two children and, as a mother, I know it’s important that they are safe from any health problems. Nothing should be left to chance, not even the flu.”

The campaign is to create awareness among Malaysians to protect themselves by taking preventive measures from getting the flu.

“We often underestimate how severe the flu can be. Many people brush it off as something trivial but a person infected by the flu can suffer from pneumonia, multi-organ failure and even die from complications,” said Professor Datuk Dr Zulkifli Ismail, technical committee chairman of the Immunise4Life programme, in the press release.

To support the campaign, go to www.actoflove.ifl.my.

To check out tonight’s concert kicking off at 9pm, go to www.actoflove.ifl.my, www.youtube.com/immunise4life channel, or www.facebook.com/Immunise4Life page.

The online show will be available on these platforms later on as well.

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