TikTok #StayAtHome Live! Specials: Help to Fights COVID-19|TikTok, the leading destination for short-form mobile video, is launching TikTok #StayAtHome Live! Specials, a first-ever weekend livestream program dedicated to educating users about social responsibility and providing uplifting entertainment during the COVID-19 outbreak. As more people around the world stay home to do their part to combat the pandemic, the live program aims to advocate key preventative measures and emphasize the importance of practicing social distancing.
With a variety of engaging segments designed to engage the community as they stay in over the weekend, TikTok fans can enjoy celebrity-hosted talk shows, unplugged music showcases by popular local acts and even live cooking shows.
The weekend program will make its debut today, featuring a host of regional celebrities that would be hosting interactive sessions on music and exciting indoor challenges. Saturday’s limelight will be on star Malaysian chef, Dato’ Fazley Yaakob, who will be tantalizing viewers with his special dessert creation workshop from 8pm – 9pm SGT, – perfect for those who are nursing a sweet tooth at home.
TikTok users all over Malaysia can tune in to these exclusive programs and enjoy evenings of fun and informative livestream content, by tapping on the TikTOk #StayAtHome Live! Specials banner on the discovery page of the app, or clicking the “Tune In” button on the campaign landing page. TikTok will continue to feature and unveil more exciting live program line-ups for the upcoming weeks, with more information provided directly within the app itself.
During these challenging times, it continues to support users around the world in ways that are positive and beneficial. In addition to the TikTok #StayAtHome Live! Specials, the World Health Organization has also collaborated with TikTok to livestream to the global community, including Malaysia, from their official TikTok page, offering accurate information and resources around COVID-19, as well as entertainment during this movement control order.
To learn more about the efforts to support and educate our community through COVID-19, check out their COVID-19 resources page on the Safety Center.