Screenshot of the viral video.
Amidst all the chaos and worry of the alarming rise of the dreaded coronavirus all around the world, especially China, a heartwarming video has caught the attention of social media users, which gives people a sigh of relief.
The adorable video shows two medical workers donning protective gear dancing in the hospital with a hilarious and heartwarming dance from Swan Lake last Friday in Suzhou, East China's Anhui province.
The dance was performed after six more patients recovered from the attack of the deadly coronavirus in their hospital in China.
The video has left Twitter users and social media followers quite amused.
As the post went viral, it has warmed the hearts of thousands of people and social media has been abuzz with reactions.
Mainland China had 202 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections on Sunday, the country's National Health Commission said on Monday, sharply down from 573 cases a day earlier.
That brings the total number of confirmed cases in mainland China so far to 80,026.
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The death toll from the outbreak in mainland China reached 2,912 as of the end of Sunday, up by 42 from the previous day.
The central province of Hubei, the epicentre of the outbreak, accounted for all of the 42 new deaths, while 32 people died in the capital Wuhan.
Popularised by dancer and internet personality Qang Dang, who has nearly 300,000 followers on TikTok and Instagram, he and another dancer performed it with light-hearted swagger on a street with food vendors.
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