WATCH: Ocean City ASL Club Honors Those Working Amid Coronavirus

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OCEAN CITY, NJ — Ocean City High School's ASL club has a simple message during the new-coronavirus pandemic: "we will rise up." Club members created a tribute to medical workers, first responders and others working during the pandemic.

Members signed the lyrics to "Rise Up" by Andra Day. The video also features photos of essential workers from organizations such as AtlantiCare, the Ocean City Police Department and the United States Postal Service.

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The Cape May County Health Department has reported 15 active cases of the coronavirus in Ocean City as of Wednesday morning. Four people in Ocean City have been cleared off quarantine.

Watch the video below:

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