Hazmat-clad coronavirus medics perform hilarious Swan Lake routine to send off six patients as they leave hospital following a full recovery
Six patients were discharged last Friday from a hospital in Anhui Province, ChinaTwo medical workers danced outside the hospital building to express their joy State media reported a total of 24,734 recovered coronavirus patients in ChinaThe disease has claimed 2,705 deaths and infected over 80,346 people globally
Two Chinese medical workers have been caught on camera performing their version of the famous ballet ‘Swan Lake’ to celebrate the full recovery of their patients.
Six coronavirus patients were discharged last Friday from the People’s Hospital of Linbi County in Suzhou, Anhui Province of eastern China.
The hazmat-suited medics are seen in a video gleefully dancing on their tiptoes as their patients left the hospital to go home.
The medics are seen in a video gleefully dancing on their tiptoes and imitating the ballerina moves as they send off six patients who are leaving the hospital following a full recovery
They finished the performance with their arms arching over their heads in a heart shape to send their best wishes to the recovered patients.
Russian composer Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan Lake’ has been beloved by the world for centuries as one of the most popular ballets of all time.
The video of the performance has amused millions of people on Chinese social media.
The medics are seen performing the dance with their arms arching over their heads in a heart shape to express their farewell. The video has been shared online and amused millions
One comment read: ‘This is what angels look like.’
‘Medical staff are so adorable. You’ve also worked hard,’ another one said.
A total of 24,734 patients infected with the novel coronavirus in China had been discharged from hospital after recovery by the end of Sunday, according to state media Xinhua.
A picture shows medics working in a hospital in Wuhan as a total of 24,734 patients infected with the novel coronavirus in China had been discharged from hospital by the end of Sunday
The novel coronavirus has claimed 2,705 deaths and infected over 80,344 people globally
The picture shows passengers wearing masks while travelling on the underground in Shanghai
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