To mark Wold Health Day (07.04.20), the pop megastar wrote a special message to thank all of the healthcare workers who are "tirelessly working" to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

And the 'Toxic' hitmaker also shared a new illustration which crossed out the words "killing me" from her 1999 classic and changed them for "saving me".

Alongside the artwork of her in her school uniform and bunches from the iconic music video, Britney tweeted: "Enough said and thank you to all of the healthcare workers tirelessly working to keep us safe during this time !!!! #WorldHealthDay #ThanksHealthHeroes. (sic)"

In the art, the 'Piece of Me' singer is holding a bottle of hand sanitiser to remind everyone of the importance of washing their hands to stop the spread of the respiratory virus.

Meanwhile, Britney recently shared how she plans to assist fans during the coronavirus crisis.

The 38-year-old singer selected three fans to buy much-needed products amid the ongoing pandemic.

In her video message, she explained: "Our world is going through such hard times right now. Whether it's with food or I'm getting your child diapers or whatever it is, DM me and I will help you out."

Britney released the video after being nominated for the #DoYourPartChallenge, a movement that has spread across social media during the current crisis.

The singer - who nominated Will Smith, Kate Hudson and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, for the challenge - captioned her Instagram post: "My sister @jamielynnspears has nominated me to participate in the #DoYourPartChallenge so I'm picking 3 fans to help out during this difficult time ... DM me and let me know how I can help and I will do what I can !!! GOD BLESS [kissing emojis] I nominate @willsmith @samasghari @cadehudson22 !!! (sic)”