With the total number of coronavirus cases crossing the 11,000-mark in India, healthcare workers, on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle, are working overtime to save lives. Amid the ongoing crisis, women doctors in Kerala have come up with a collaborative dance performance to stand in solidarity with the medical staff and spread a message of unity.
In a video, which has gone viral on social media, 24 women doctors of SK Hospital in Trivandrum perform at their homes on the cover version of the devotional song ‘Lokam muzhuvan sukham pakaran‘ to motivate the medical fraternity.
Watch the video here:
#WATCH 24 women doctors of SK Hospital in Kerala’s Trivandrum perform at their homes, outside duty hours,on cover version of devotional song ‘Lokam muzhuvan sukham pakaran’,giving message of unity&praying to God to lead medical fraternity’s way amid #COVID19.(Source: SK Hospital) pic.twitter.com/m1n5PII0ZC
— ANI (@ANI) April 14, 2020
Since being shared online, the video has garnered over 17,000 views and prompted several reactions, with many praising the doctors for their gesture.
However, this is not the first time doctors have come up with innovating ways to allay fears around the ongoing pandemic. Earlier, a doctor San Diego put on a smiling picture of himself on top of his Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to cheer his anxious patients.
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