- A doctor has put smiles on the faces of thousands across the world with his videos
- Dr Jason Campbell, aka The Tik Tok Doc, shares clips of himself and his colleagues dancing amid the coronavirus pandemic
- His videos have gone viral and his story has been shared by several news publications around the globe
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The coronavirus pandemic has been weighing down people around the world and one doctor decided to bring joy to social media users during these dark times.
Doctor Jason Campbell, who is known as The Tik Tok Doc, shared videos of himself dancing on the popular social media platform and he has gone viral.
In some of the clips, Dr Campbell is joined by his colleagues while in others he dances on his own. Regardless, the videos manage to bring smiles to thousands in a time when people need laughter and joy the most.
According to the New York Post, Dr Campbell works as a resident physician in the Department of Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University (Ohsu) in America.
The 31-year-old doctor always has a positive outlook on life and has used his love for dance to spread joy.
Dr Campbell shares his videos on Twitter, Instagram and Tik Tok - on the latter some of his clips gathered millions of views.
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One of his videos even got a shout-out from Janet Jackson. The famous singer retweeted the clip and called it "cute".
The videos get thousands of views and always manage to bring a smile to social media users during the dark times.
Social media users applauded Dr Campbell and his co-workers for finding the time to not only help save lives, but to bring joy to people across the world with his Tik Tok dance videos.
Physician Uzma Khan, who goes by the Twitter handle @uzmakhanmd, commented:
"This is the only thing that has made me smile today! Stay safe!"
Carolyn Fahm, @CarolynFahm, added:
"We all need this at this point in the drama - I haven't smiled as much all day as I am now."
Sarah Knight, @Knightfloat, said:
"I appreciate this so much."
In other good news, President Akufo-Addo has ordered the Ghana Water Company (GWC) Ltd to provide free uninterrupted supply of water to all Ghanaians amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This takes effect for the months of April, May and June in 2020. President Akufo-Addo issued the directive in a televised broadcast to the nation to provide an update on the latest enhanced measures taken by the government in the fight for the preventive and containment of the coronavirus pandemic.
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