'Vaccinate already?', asks Gov.sg in new dialect jingle starring Wang Lei, Marcus Chin, and Liu Ling Ling

'Vaccinate already?', asks Gov.sg in new dialect jingle starring Wang Lei, Marcus Chin, and Liu Ling Ling

Gov.sg has graced us with yet another catchy vaccination jingle, this time starring Wang Lei, Marcus Chin, and Liu Ling Ling!

In an effort to encourage the elderly in Singapore to get vaccinated, the Singapore government has rolled out a new jingle sung entirely in Mandarin and Chinese dialects. Inspired by one of Singapore's most iconic forms of entertainment, getai, this round's PSA jingle features veteran getai singers Wang Lei and Liu Ling Ling, as well as actor Marcus Chin asking Singaporeans if they "vaccinate already". 

Complete with flashy outfits and vibrant sets, the music video is an entertaining spectacle from start to finish. Watch the singers belt out the jingle while breaking out in epic dance moves that would put younger dancers to shame. 

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This is Singapore's third vaccination jingle thus far, after the groovy disco track featuring local personality Phua Chu Kang, 'Get your shot, Steady Pom Pi Pi', and the addictive 'Let's Test, Trace and Vaccinate' which starred Annette Lee, Yung Raja, Ng Ming Wei, Mark Lee and Siti Khalijah. Both songs have already garnered millions of views on YouTube. 

It was announced on 29 August that Singapore had reached a new milestone, with 80% of the population having received two doses of the vaccine.

For Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, and Long-Term Pass Holders aged 12 and above, no appointment is needed for the Pfizer-BioNTech and Comirnaty vaccines. Those aged 18 and above may also walk in to any vaccination centres that offer the Moderna vaccine.

For more information and updates on the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore, please visit https://www.gov.sg/features/covid-19.

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