New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: Amid coronavirus pandemic, the lives of doctors are affected the most. Many healthcare workers have to stay at COVID-19 dedicated hospitals away from their families in order to save lives. But, doctors in Bengaluru seems to have found new ways to keep themselves to end boredom. The doctors at Bengalu's Victoria Hospital are keeping themselves entertainment by dancing to old Hindi songs, organising mehandi, drawing competitions, and cooking for the staff, according to media reports. A video of them has gone viral on social media.

In a clip, the doctors can be seen dancing 'Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe' song, all wearing PPEs. The video has been widely shared on social media. Sharing the video on Twitter, a user wrote, "Doctors of #Bengaluru Victoria Hospital have prescribed a session of Happy Dance to overcome the stress and anxiety after treating #COVID19India patients."

As per a report from NDTV, the doctors have been living in the hospital premises for the last one week.

"In addition to this, we have been organising mehndi competition for women patients and painting for kids. Winners are given prizes as well. Kids demand chocolates and carrom boards mostly, and I along with Dr. Balaji Pie, cook food in our pantry for ourselves and other staff as well," Dr. Asma Banu told NDTV.

According to the Union Health Ministry, Karnataka has recorded 3,796 cases of COVID-19. The death toll stands at 52. At the same time, 1,403 patients have been cured from the pandemic.

The national death toll due to coronavirus soared past 5,800, while the cases tally topped 2.07 lakh on Wednesday (June 3).

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