Corona virus: Nurses dance to Selena Gomez's song

Corona virus: Nurses dance to Selena Gomez's song

Posted on Apr 28, 2020

If there is one person who is most at risk at the moment due to the global Coronavirus epidemic, it is none other than the doctors and other medical personnel who are at the forefront of the fight against this war.

Of course, this fight against Corona is not easy, but there were also videos of many doctors and other medical staff dancing on social media in which they were seen dancing to relieve their fatigue.

Users on social media also seemed to like these videos of doctors.

According to a report on the Elle website, a video of two nurses dancing to a song by American singer and actress Selena Gomez has recently gone viral on social media.

The two nurses were seen dancing to Selena Gomez's new album "Rare" to the song "Boyfriend".

While people liked her dance, singer Selena Gomez herself shared a video of the nurses on her social media accounts.

"This video made me smile, I thank the medical staff, you are our hero," he tweeted.

Earlier this month, Selena Gomez announced that she would donate a dollar to the Corona victims for each order on her new album, Rear.

In this album, the singer released three songs, one of which is 'Boyfriend'.

It should be noted that these nurses made this video through Tik Tak app.

Remember that many videos of doctors and medical staff from all over the world appeared on social media in which they were seen dancing to popular songs.

While fans appreciated the videos, Pakistani actress Ashna Shah criticized a video of the doctors dancing, calling it a waste of time, after which she apologized.

It is believed that the number of people infected with the corona virus is constantly increasing around the world and so far the number of victims has exceeded 3 million while the death toll has exceeded 211,000.

According to the Corona Virus Statistics website, 3,065,176 people are currently infected worldwide.

Speaking of Pakistan, the number of victims here is 13965 while the death toll is 294.


Sania Sehar

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