Viral Video: As India continues to fight against coronavirus, several videos and photos that are going viral on social media show hope and encourage unity in these tough times. A new video that’s being circulated widely on Twitter shows doctors singing to a beautiful song symbolising the harmony and sense of unity among the countrymen. Also Read - TikTok Influencer Tests Positive For COVID-19, Days After He Licked Toilet Seat For 'Coronavirus Challenge',
The video that was first shared by Rohit Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary of Health Department and Family Welfare in Rajasthan, showed a group of doctors at a hospital in the state singing ‘Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein’ to cheer others and themselves. Also Read - Delhi Air Quality Improves Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Netizens Say 'Some Silver Lining'
Bhilwara, a town in Rajasthan is the worst hit by COVID-19 in the state which has got almost half of its population affected by the deadly coronavirus. While sharing the video on Twitter, Singh named all the doctors visible in the video and wrote, “At the epicentre of COVID 19 in Rajasthan Government Hospital in Bhilwara – Drs Mushtaq, Gaur & Prajapat, paramedics Mukesh, Sain, Gyan, Urwashi, Sarfaraz and Jalam are working 24*7 to beat Coronavirus.
Take a bow, you are our true heroes!
This is the spirit of new India
🙏🏼🙏🏼” (sic) Also Read - Bizarre! Kolkata Woman Licks A Cop For Stopping Her On The Streets Amid Coronavirus Lockdown | Watch
Twitter users felt both emotional and proud upon seeing the doctors fulfilling their duty in the trying times and also trying to motivate others to do the same. One user wrote, “इसे कहते है हिप हॉप।
Thank u Doctors from the bottom of my Red heart”, another user wrote, “Here (in Rajasthan) the Doctors dealing with the isolated #Coronavirus patients are singing songs for them as they are crying and begging to go back to a normal life. They are motivating their patients and working 24*7
Salute to the Doctors” (sic). Check out these comments:
As India goes under lockdown to fight coronavirus with only essential services being available, it’s time to stay safe and stay united.