SHILLONG: Medical personnel of the Nazareth hospital in Meghalaya capital Shillong today went viral by jiving to the beats of Master KG‘s global smash hit ‘Jerusalema.’
The group of medical personnel, wearing protective medical gear, brought cheer with dance amidst gloom by performing casually choreographed steps in the hospital.
Earlier in the day, prominent journalist Patricia Mukhim posted the video on her Facebook feed, where she opined that this is a “great way to relax.”
Health workers of Nazareth Hospital, Shillong take a short break from their work and do this little dance just to cheer themselves up in this grim scenario… Kudos to these compassionate souls who serve with such dedication.. pic.twitter.com/mA98IraYYf
— patricia mukhim (@meipat) July 10, 2021
Needless to say, netizens are all praise for this unique dance performance and are tipping their hats to the frontline workers for dancing their woes away.
“Positivity in approach…..confidence, and commitment in their ability to serve. Real Bravehearts,” wrote one user, while another said, “May the Lord always bless you, my dearest sisters.”
It needs mention here that last year, teachers of the Kiddies Corner School did the same dance for their students on Children’s Day amid the lockdown, and the video was sent to all the students to cheer them up.
Asked about the enduring popularity of the ‘Jerusalema’ dance in Meghalaya, Mukhim says, “Because we all love dancing. And Jerusalema is popular globally.”
This dance performance by those fighting the virus from the front is sure to lighten people’s moods and lift their morales during these challenging times.
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