Nurses carried a fake coronavirus corpse and danced on the ‘coffin dance’ music. The video has left everyone laughing on social media.
A video is going viral in which four people were seen wearing nurses’ uniforms and carrying a person in a plastic bag. COVID-19 was written on the bag.
The clip seems to have made using a theme of the dancing Ghanian pallbearer’s meme, composed of a real company in Ghana that takes the coffins while dancing.
However, sources said that the purpose of making this video was to show nurses are defeating COVID-19.
Roman Yoder said, “They are carrying Covid19’s dead body… because they just beat it,” “To the sound of the funeral meme that has been going around.
“I think people are overinterpreting this TikTok. It isn’t nurses carry the body of a person who died of Covid-19.”
Another person said, “Isn’t the joke that Coronavirus is the body, like as in they’ve ‘killed’ coronavirus (sic)?”
One twitter user asked, “Are they trying to make people hate them?”,
“This *literally* might be the single most tasteless thing I have seen all year… and 2020 has been horrendous,” Tripp Whitbeck wrote.
“Pls take TikTok away from nurses, they’re clearly VERY overwhelmed,” another woman called Jane added.
Nurses using COVID to clout chase on Tiktok while people are dying and losing their livelihoods because of it.
— Blaire White (@MsBlaireWhite) April 29, 2020