New Delhi: With sadness pervading the air due to devastating tragedy unfolding in the face of Covid-19, all of us need something positive to keep going. More than us, frontline workers and healthcare professionals, who have been serving patients day and night, desperately need a break from the gloom! Because the second wave of Covid and a large surge in daily cases has put them under immense pressure and stress. Despite that, healthcare workers are still putting in their best efforts to treat coronavirus patients even while risking infection to themselves.Also Read - Viral Video: 'Disco Daadi' Dances on Old Bollywood Song, Wins The Internet With Her Energetic Moves | Watch

One such video is going viral on social media showing health workers dancing to a Punjabi song to bring a smile on patients’ faces. Well,  what’s better than music and dance to bring a little cheer amid these distressing times. The video shows hospital staff and doctors dressed in PPE kits shaking a leg to the Punjabi song Zindagi, to cheer up Covid-infected patients. With most patients resting in their beds, they still try to join in the cheer by repeating the bhangra steps or clapping.

Taking to Twitter, user Gurmeet Chadha wrote, ”Amazing spirit. Salute Our doctors & healthcare warriors! Brought a smile .. PS- beautiful song as well.”

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The video has gone viral, with many lauding the health workers for spreading positivity and cheer through the video.

One user wrote, ”Amazing job, heads off to all health care workers. They can spread more smile and save world with better healthcare system.”

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A few days back too, staff of a private hospital in Gujarat were seen exercising and dancing on the song and even encouraging patients to repeat the steps while sitting. Some patients enthusiastically joined the doctors by either standing to dance or by dancing as much as they could while sitting on their beds.

In such tough times, even a small dose of positivist can bring smile to people’s faces!