Filipino singing group the TNT Boys have an important message about staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic. The trio posted a cute video on Instagram to demonstrate. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/tv\/B-9k_NbhxRj\/?igshid153i63jpz7hbo Be sure to follow the group's suggestions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. And maybe spend some time in quarantine watching their performances from The World's Best last year. TNT Boys Send A Message About Coronavirus The first tip the TNT Boys have for staying safe during coronavirus is, of course, to stay at home. It looks like the boys enjoy spending their quarantine time playing video games. The second tip is to practice social distancing when you do go out. The CDC recommends standing at least six feet (or two meters) away from other people whenever possible. The group is obviously taking their own advice, as they filmed the video from different places. SEE ALSO: TNT BOYS WIN PEOPLE'S CHOICE FAVORITE GROUP & FAVORITE NEW GROUP IN PHILIPPINES The boys also want you to wash your hands often and wear a face mask when you go out. They point out the very important reminder that people can be carrying the virus without showing symptoms, so covering your nose and mouth adds an extra layer of protection for you and the people around you. "Stay safe, everyone!" the boys say at the end of their video. "And remember, we'll get through this together." https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/B9zp2BYD3--\/ Talent Show Stars Share Coronavirus Advice The TNT Boys aren't the only talent show stars who have encouraged their fans to stay safe during the pandemic. Ndlovu Youth Choir, who competed on AGT last year, also made a video sharing tips. SEE ALSO: WATCH 10 FILIPINO SINGERS THAT ALMOST WON AMERICAN TALENT SHOWS BUT DID NOT! Last month, the group sang and danced about making sure to wash your hands and avoid touching your face to prevent the spread of the virus. It's great to see so many groups around the world sharing such an important message. Of course, talent show stars are also helping to keep us entertained while we stay home more. NBC stars like Jordan Smith and Shin Lim have performed on Instagram Live as part of the network's Talent Show series.