Remember Japanese comedian and DJ Kosaka Daimaou, whose one-minute long song ‘PPAP’ which was about apples, pineapples and pens, went viral and garnered millions of views. Well, the comedian is back again and this time with a song on how to keep the pandemic coronavirus away. He has used the character Pika-Taro to educate people on how to keep the virus away – by washing hands. Also Read - 'Corona Won't Have a Chance Bro'! Indian Railways Releases Anthem to Spread COVID-19 Awareness

Taking to YouTube, he dropped the song on April 4 titled ‘PPAP-2020-/PIKOTARO’ and captioned it, “I made this in a hurry for Smile and Safe hands! Wash it! Smile! Protect it! Come on, people, let’s Wash! Wash! Wash!” (sic) Also Read - ‘Ja Ja Re Coronavirus’: Indian Band Composes COVID-19 Awareness Song With a Rajasthani Folk Touch



In the video, his style is pretty much same and lyrics are simple and straight. Till now, his video has garnered 4 million views and has gone insanely viral. The song is bizarre but is a cathy number and we are sure you will love it.

Watch the song here:



Meanwhile, World Health Organisation has asked people to ‘regularly and thoroughly clean hands with atleast 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.”

The coronavirus has affected over 5,195 people in India and death toll has risen to 149. The nation is currently under the lockdown till April 14 and the further decision over lockdown being lifted up or getting extended will be likely to announce by end of this week by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

However, during crucial all-party meeting, Prime minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that it is not possible to withdraw the 21-day nationwide lockdown at one go. “The situation in the country is askin to a ‘social emergency’; it has necessitated tough decisions and we must continue to remain vigilant. States, district administrations and experts have suggested extension of the lockdown to contain spread of the virus,” PM Modi said.