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'It's Going To Be Okay' Hashtag Pops Up Across Quebec To Spread Cheer

#çavabienaller rainbows have become a symbol of hope during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus cases continue to mount across Canada but Quebecers want the rest of the country to know something: It’s going to be OK.

That’s roughly what the #çavabienaller hashtag translates into English, according to the video above. The slogan has popped up across the province along with hand-drawn rainbows to spread some cheer as locals are asked to stay inside.

As of March 30, Quebec’s public health officials have reported over 2,800 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and at least 22 deaths. Despite the grim statistics, residents are refusing to give up hope and are turning to whatever creative outlets they can to spread positivity.

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