WATCH: Spanish doctors dance to Beyoncé's Single Ladies in protective gear at hospital

Spanish medics perform a choreography to Beyoncé's Single Ladies song. Photos by Getty Images and Magazine Features. Collage by W24
Spanish medics perform a choreography to Beyoncé's Single Ladies song. Photos by Getty Images and Magazine Features. Collage by W24

The clip was reportedly recorded in a Spanish hospital and has gone viral since being uploaded onto social medi. In the video which has been viewed over a million times, hospital staff believed to be doctors wearing face masks and protection kits can be seen performing the choreographed dance before disappearing off-screen in the hospital’s corridors.

Spanish singer, Alejandro Sanz, shared the video on his official Instagram account as a way of thanking the health workers for their service in the coronavirus crisis, writing: “Keeping a sense of humour is also a brave act. Thanks to them, stay at home.”

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Social media user Charitines says, “Ole, ole, and ole, they should earn more money and when this is over leave to have proper salaries.”

Another user, MabelMiguelLaz1 comments, “An applause also for the social workers, a link between families, giving bad news.”

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However, there are other Instagram users criticising the doctors, such as Arieldebcn who says, “I do not want to ruin the party. But maybe in the room behind there are people dying.”

At the time of writing there were over 110 000 coronavirus cases in Spain with 10 003 deaths and 26 743 recoveries.

SOURCE: Magazine Features

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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