South Africa, Red Cross Children Hospital healthcare workers dance Jerusalema - VIDEOS

All the healthcare workers of the Red Cross Children Hospital get on street and dances Jerusalema, the pray-song of Master KG. And many other hospitals followed the example on the trend hashtag #JerusalemaDanceChallenge

Throughout South Africa, many hospitals joined the trend #JerusalemaDanceChallenge and the healthcare workers danced this famous anthem. It’s a moment to enjoy life, to enjoy their own mission and share positivity.

Jerusalema has become the go-to song for overwhelmed South African healthcare workers as they try to maintain positivity amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Staff from the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in the Western Cape joined the dance challenge and a video was shared by premier Alan Winde.

And it is not the only one who did this. Also, the Groote Schuur Hospital and the Steve Biko Academic Hospital joined the trend.

Healthcare workers have been showered with messages of gratitude for their hard work, while others have complimented their dance moves. Many say that only God knows where they get the strength from in the face of the challenges they face every day. God bless our front line workers and their families.

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