After their successful return to India from novel coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China, several Indian evacuees in the quarantine camps are dancing their stress away. A video that's been going viral since Sunday morning shows the camp inmates with protective masks on, dancing energetically to some 'desi' music.
The video was shared on social media by Air India's PRO, Dhananjay Kumar. Air India had played a crucial role in airlifting around 650 Indian citizens from the virus-hit zone in China.
Guess???? pic.twitter.com/w2ZA47s1lX— Dhananjay kumar (@dhananjaypro) February 2, 2020
The energetic dance moves of the Indians, who made it back from the affected region has got Twitterati enthused as an embodiment of the never-say-die spirit of Indians.
Even the virus must be thinking ..Why the hell I am here 🤣🤣— Priyank Shah 🇮🇳 (@ipriyankshah) February 2, 2020
ITBP BASE HOSPITAL,Its nice to see that our people have the highest courage to fight with any tenseful situation,Best of luck and We all love U😍😍— Manu Jha (@manujha70) February 2, 2020
Welcome back friends 😍— Daniyal Kazi 🏏 (@MohamadAshfaq5) February 2, 2020
The evacuees had been airlifted in two batches from China to India, with the first batch arriving in Delhi in the early hours of February 1. Among the evacuees, there are some Maldivian nationals too.
Wuhan city of Hubei province in central China with 11 million population has been placed under lockdown since the outbreak of the 2019-nCoV, which has left over 300 people dead and 14,000 infected.
(With inputs from agencies)