The "Queen of Disco" Gloria Gaynor took to social media to show fans how to "survive" coronavirus. The 70-year-old singer brought back her iconic song "I Will Survive" in a hand-washing video she posted on TikTok with the hashtag #IWillSurvive that became viral really quick!

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In the clip, Gloria Gaynor lip-syncs her legendary song  "I Will Survive" while washing her hands, according to what the Center for Disease's Control (CDC) recommended, in order to take the needed precautions amid the coronavirus outbreak. 

Watch the clip here:

Gloria Gaynor reminded fans it only takes 20 seconds to "survive" coronavirus

The music legend reminded her fans that it only takes 20 seconds to "survive" the disease, as she sang "Did you think I’d crumble? Did you think I’d lay down and die? Oh no, not I, I will survive," while pumping soap onto her hands!

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The CDC recommended people all over the world to wash their hands for AT LEAST 20 seconds making sure to properly scrub all areas. People were also advised to avoid touching their nose, eyes, and mouth with unwashed hands, in order to stop the spread of the disease.