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Home / It's Viral / Medical workers in China dance to celebrate recovery of coronavirus patients. Watch

Medical workers in China dance to celebrate recovery of coronavirus patients. Watch

The shared video shows that the two medical attendants started dancing ballet in front of a hospital in E China’s Anhui.

it-s-viral Updated: Feb 26, 2020 12:25 IST
Indo Asian News Service
Indo Asian News Service
New Delhi
Two medical professionals are seen dancing.
Two medical professionals are seen dancing. (Twitter/@PDChina)

A heartwarming video of two medical attendants dancing in front of a hospital to celebrate recovery of several patients from COVID19 has gone viral on social media.

The video was shared by People’s Daily, China, with the caption: “#HeartwarmingMoments: Two medical workers dance ballet in front of a hospital in E China’s Anhui to celebrate the recovery of six more #COVID19 patients.”

The shared video shows that the two medical attendants started dancing ballet in front of a hospital in E China’s Anhui to celebrate the recovery of six more COVID19 patients.

Take a look at the heartening video:

Soon after the video surfaced, the medical workers were hailed by social media users who called them ‘heroes’ and ‘angels’.

A user wrote, “So happy I am seeing that doctors are dedicated for patient. Even knowing that they are in danger. Serve humanity, serve planet.” Another wrote: “Great news. Our thoughts are with everyone in China.” A post read: “They are stressed. They cheer himself up (sic).” “Great job! I pray for China,” a user remarked.

People’s Daily, China, also shared another video detailing a different celebratory dance. “Drop the beat! Let’s take a break in the battle against #COVID19 and dance!” they wrote.

The coronavirus death toll in mainland China has increased to 2,663 with 77,658 confirmed cases.