Principal Turns MC Hammer's 'Can't Touch This' Into COVID-19 Back-to-School Safety Video

"Stop! Sanitize."

An Alabama high school principal took an MC Hammer classic and turned it into a coronavirus safety video in hopes of getting his message across.

In the video, Principal Quinton Lee raps "you can't touch this" as students approach water fountains, vending machines, and copiers.

With a no-contact thermometer and ruler in hand, along with some impressive and fly dance moves, Lee and a few students demonstrate how they are working to reinforce social distancing and prevent the virus from spreading as kids gear up to come back to school in the fall.

Other rules from Lee include wearing a face mask properly, washing your hands, and listening to rules from the CDC.

The parody also includes some great lines like: "Every time you see me, Dr. Lee is sanitized, I'm going to keep my hands clean cause cases are on the rise."

At one point, he even sprays down a student with disinfectant and does the hammer time dance while holding out a tape measure.

The video, which only took about an hour to film, per CNN, has, for lack of a better phrase, gone viral, already having been viewed more than a million times.

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