Ever since a video of Shia LaBeouf getting tested for coronavirus hit the web on Monday, August 10, fans have been seriously obsessed with it. Yep, that’s right, the internet has officially turned the clip of the former Disney Channel star into a viral moment!

For those who missed it, the video started to go viral after it was uploaded on TikTok by a user named Tyler Wilson (@gtdubs91), where it was quick to get over 100,000 likes. Once it was reposted to Twitter by several users, the clip started to get more than 200,000 likes and 35,000 retweets.

Throughout the video, the Even Stevens alum confirmed his name and date of birth before chatting with the healthcare worker administering his test. Shia then asked her name and responded with, “Good name.” Viewers then watched as he received the test, which was administered by putting a cotton swab up Shia’s nose and holding it there for 10 seconds.

“Aw, you got a sweet touch,” Shia said after the test was removed. Then, he thanked the healthcare worker before the video came to an end.

As it turned out, Tyler actually got the clip from Shia’s theater company, Slauson Rec’s official Twitter account! After it started to gain more views, fans took to social media and expressed their love of the clip.

“Tell me why watching this vid of Shia LaBeouf getting a COVID test made me fall in love [with] him more?” one person wrote. Another added, “I can’t stop watching Shia LaBeouf getting tested for COVID.”

A third said, “Someone uploaded a video of Shia LaBeouf getting a COVID test on TikTok 8 hours ago, but it’s not from Shia’s own account… But anyways I’ve watched the video on loop so many times [because] his voice is just.”

Yeah, it’s safe to say some people really can’t get enough of this video.

The World Health Organization has reported that more than 20,670,000 people have contracted coronavirus so far. For those who missed it, medical professionals have called for “social distancing” to prevent further spreading of the illness, which is defined as “trying to keep yourself away from other people, especially large crowds.” Because of this many events, concerts, award shows, conventions and festivals have been canceled, including all Broadway plays and sports games. People are urged to stay indoors, avoid public places and isolate themselves during this time. The disease has resulted in more than 749,000 deaths and has infected people in 213 countries. 13,500,000 people have recovered.

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