Chennai medical professionals dance to recreated Tamil song, spread awareness on COVID-19
A video of few medical professionals from Chennai dancing to a recreated Tamil song that spreads awareness on Covid appropriate behaviour is making rounds on social media for all the right reasons.
A video of a few medical professionals from Chennai dancing to a recreated Tamil song that spreads awareness on Covid appropriate behaviour goes viral.
On National Doctors' Day, a few medical professionals from Rela Hospital in Chennai created a music video to educate the public about Covid appropriate behaviour.
The video urges the public to stay safe and asks them why they hesitate on wearing a mask or taking the vaccine. Watch the video.
The medical professional re-wrote the lyrics from the famous Tamil song 'Shakalaka baby' and was sung by Hiranya, a medical student at St. George's University.
The video ends with senior citizens and celebrities such as Suhasini Mani Ratnam urging people to wear masks and save lives.
The video was shared on Doc Deepa Shree's Youtube channel with a caption, "Rela Hospital in collaboration with Hiranya medical services has come up with this public awareness initiative of requesting everyone to continue wearing the mask and get vaccinated not only to save themselves but also save others around them. We are not done yet with covid and until we get over this infection , we need to safeguard ourselves and those around us. Don’t let the guards down! This will be the biggest contribution that any common man can do to the society as a whole which not only saves others lives but also of doctor‘s lives (sic)."
The video has garnered more than 1.5k views and netizens lauded the medical professionals for their commitment in creating awareness among the public about the pandemic.
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