2 Chicagoans want residents to join Bon Jovi sing-along amid COVID-19 shelter-in-place

CHICAGO (WLS) -- The COVID-19 outbreak in the Chicago area has inspired creative ways to spread positivity.

Videos of Italians singing together from their balconies during their COVID-19 "lockdown" are inspiring similar efforts in the Chicago area.

Two Chicagoans have organized a city-wide window sing-along for Saturday night, and thousands plan to take part. Organizers are asking people to play Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer" at exactly 7 p.m. and belt out the lyrics.

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Others stuck Post-it notes spelling out the words "Stay Strong" to the window of a high-rise in Downtown Chicago.

Residents are finding creative ways to stay positive.

A health and wellness teacher on Chicago's West Side is using social media to get his students to exercise at home. Jaylon Joyner teaches at Christ the King Jesuit College Prep.

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The COVID-19 outbreak in the Chicago area has inspired some residents to spread positivity in creative ways.



Many of his students accepted the challenge and did the workout side-by side along with him on TikTok.
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