Video of couple dancing to SA song during quarantine goes viral

Video of couple dancing to SA song during quarantine goes viral

- A couple took to social media to share a glimpse of their daily routine while under quarantine

- The video revealed them dancing to the local hit song 'Jerusalema' by Master KG

- The video is turning out to be a hit internationally and has attracted new fans to love the local track

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The coronavirus has sparked many emotions such as fear, panic and anxiety. However, one spin-off of the crisis is that it's forced citizens to connect with their families.

In light of this, a couple decided to share a video showcasing their new routine while living under quarantine.

The heartwarming video showed the pair pulling off some slick dance moves to the Mzansi hit song 'Jerusalema' by Master KG.

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Julio Neves shared the video via Facebook last Wednesday and it's proven to be a big hit.

Having already been viewed more than 265 000 times, gathered that the video has resulted in the song attracting even more fans.

More than 1 000 positive comments have been shared from around the world.

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Patience Success Ikechukwu said,

"In the spirit of quarantine."

Carlin MacNichol Topaz D. Curtis added,

"This is me in quarantine. But like, I’m both of them."

Eric Thompson responded,

"I hate to say this but this virus might bring families together, ive never seen social media so packed with elders and collaborations like now."

Meanwhile, reported that Netball South Africa president Cecilia Molokwane has also tested positive for the coronavirus.

Molokwane revealed that she isn't showing any symptoms, but is taking the necessary precautions to protect those around her.

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