Taylor Swift Hit Being Used By Hospital To Fight The Flu

(Radio.com) A parody of Taylor Swift's "Shake it Off" is being used to help with flu prevention by a group of health care workers at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

Calling themselves the Flu Fighters, these staffers from the hospital are hoping that listening to the Taylor Swift-inspired music can swiftly take the flu away.

Namely, they want you to wash your hands and keep others from getting sick. Here are a few lyrics. "There's a rule you must obey, bey, bey, bey, bey / To keep the flu away, way, way, way, way / Gotta wash 'em like you're cra-cra, cra-cra, cra / Then shake 'em off, shake 'em off."

Watch the fun and informative parody in the video player here.

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