Talking about the current pandemic isn't always easy. However, some people have found a way to make it a little more palatable. Vancouver Coastal Health created its own TikTok videos to get some important lessons across to people.\nThe healthcare provider hyped up its latest social media account on Twitter, as well as its endeavour to provide more information to young people.\nEditor's Choice: Point Roberts, Washington Is Basically Trapped By BC & The Governor Asked Trudeau For Help\nAn August 21 tweet reads, "In an effort to reach 20-39 year olds, we've launched a new campaign aimed at preventing the spread of the virus. Learn more about the COVID-safe summer guides, poster campaign and TikTok video series."\nThe TikTok videos (some of which are also available on the organization's Instagram account), humourously highlight concerns around COVID-19, particularly in social settings.\nThe videos star local comedian Danika Thibodeau, who puts her own spin on the messages VCH wants to get out there.\nOne of the posts focuses on things you shouldn't do in the club, which include ordering at the bar, dancing, and in a major throwback, "speaking moistly."\nAnother video pokes fun at the massive Third Beach drum circle, with Thibodeau looking stressed in front of a photo of a drum, with text reading "Us when we see someone pull out one of these at the beach."\nView this post on Instagram 🚫🚫🚫 Few faces in open spaces is the safest way to go if you’re seeing friends right now. 🌳👥🌳 If you do find yourself in a bar, make sure to be safe and follow the guidelines in our COVID Summer Safety guides (check our highlights). #covidbc #covid19 #covidsummersafety #vancouver #vancity #richmondca #northvan #westvan A post shared by Vancouver Coastal Health (@vchhealthcare) on Aug 19, 2020 at 7:03pm PDT\nSo far, there have been nine videos released on the TikTok account.\nIn a news release on the VCH website, the health organization notes that the videos are part of a new campaign to reach young adults, who now comprise 56% of cases in the Vancouver region.\nView this post on Instagram 🙅🏻♀️The answer is “no, thanks!” Have you had a chance to read our swipeable COVID-19 summer safety guides yet? Take a look and share them with your friends and loved ones. No one’s perfect and many of us are doing our best, but we can all use a reminder from time to time. #covidbc #covid19 #vancity #vancouver #richmondca #northvan #westvan #sechelt #whistler #squamish #bellabella #bellacoola A post shared by Vancouver Coastal Health (@vchhealthcare) on Aug 19, 2020 at 7:12pm PDT\n"We want people to get out and enjoy summer with their friends, but we can't forget that COVID-19 is still in our communities," Dr. Patricia Daly, VCH Chief Medical Health Officer said in a statement.\n"By following public health guidance, we can help limit the spread of the virus and protect those most vulnerable to severe disease."\nView this post on Instagram You might not always be a 10/10 on physical distancing, but it’s a great goal to aim for. For the full video, visit our TikTok. Physical distancing means doing your best to keep 2 meters away from others. It also means: making changes to your routine to avoid contact with others, avoiding crowded areas, foregoing handshakes and hugs, and limiting contact with people at higher risk. #physicaldistancing #socialdistancing #covid19 #covidbc A post shared by Vancouver Coastal Health (@vchhealthcare) on Aug 20, 2020 at 5:17pm PDT\nAcross Canada, cases among young people have been rising. While most in this age group are likely to only experience mild symptoms, they can still spread it to others.