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Dancing is the new way to show your thanks to health workers

Dancing is the new way to show your thanks to health workers

While there are plenty of people around the world who are showing their support for health workers by applauding nightly, there’s another way to offer your thanks that’s gaining momentum.

Dancing is the new way to show your thanks to health workers

Dancing is the latest way people around the world are showing their appreciation for frontline workers.

Australian comedian Magda Szubanski is on board, bringing back her beloved Kath & Kim character Sharon Strzelecki with a parody of Soft Cell’s ‘Tainted Love’.

The video has been edited to include healthcare workers dancing alongside Sharon as she sings adapted lyrics about the coronavirus crisis.

Meanwhile, a Brisbane schoolteacher has started her own movement to get people expressing their gratitude for health workers.

Janet Heunis, who calls herself the ‘Driveway Dancer’, has starting dancing outside her home to show her appreciation.

“I saw that the English had very politely come out and clapped on their driveways, which is fantastic but it’s frightfully British,” Heunis told ABC News.

She’s been dancing in her driveway on Sunday evenings, with Heunis telling the ABC many essential workers have got on board.

Heunis’ driveway dancing has spread overseas, with people in New Zealand, the UK and Canada also busting a move to say thank you.

Elton says DANCE!! ~ Why dance? To share our heartfelt thanks to all health workers #TYHW AND to ensure health workers are properly equipped #PPE4HWnow. Please join, please share and please dance 5pm your local time Sunday. ❤

Posted by Janet Heunis on Thursday, April 2, 2020

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