Doctors are saving lives at this time. Some might even say that they are equivalent to the army protecting us at borders. Although considering the situation, one can they’re also easing the people’s unavoidable COVID-19 fear through their highly-entertaining ‘doctors dancing’ videos.
Now, who would have thought all those dance challenges and Tik Tok videos created by social media folks to kill at-home boredom would have turned into a doctor’s message?
Assuring that better days are yet to come, doctors all around the world have released videos, dancing both as a celebration for virus-cured patients and to lighten up the severity of the situation. Check out these ‘doctors dancing’ videos that’ll bring a smile to your face.
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At the end of a long day, remember three things: 1. Who we are is defined by how we treat people 2. There is beauty when we eliminate all of the distractions 3. Stay home, stay safe and keep Cupid Shufflin! #stayhome #cupid #cupidshuffleplankchallenge #medicine #anesthesia #nurse #nurselife #smile #laughterismedicine
Doctor Jason Campbell, aka, TikTok Doc at Oregon Health & Science University, went viral with his dancing videos along with coworkers and encouraging captions to lift everyone up through the dark storm of the century. Not only do his videos bring joy and a smile to anyone who watches, but they also become internet sensations and make it to big news channels to draw a smile from the audience on the world stage.
— Farnaz Fassihi (@farnazfassihi) March 5, 2020
Nurses and Doctors throughout the Middle East also unveiled videos of them dancing amidst a hospital packed with virus patients as a positive affirmation to get through the outbreak.
And perhaps, there’s no better time to twerk and shake off all the stress.
Even nurses didn’t fail in following the TikTok trends. The hospital staff around the world has also been taken over control by the dance craze.
This proves that even in times of crisis, we all look for something to occupy our minds with positivity, rather than stress.
And for those of us who have fear of being close to the virus victim, this video serves as a reminder that even those who are sick are in need of encouragement through entertainment and fun.
Cured patients and docs also get a march of their own, being applauded for fighting and conquering the infection.
And last but not least, these handwashing moves shall stand as a reminder to be responsible and do your part; wash your hands, stay home and — quoting TikTok Doc now — keep Cupid Shufflin!
This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Bangkok.