Zumba Nurses Kenyan Style

Published May 18th, 2020 - 06:34 GMT

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020, according to AFP.

Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in Nairobi.

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Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital is seen dancing during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA /

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital is seen dancing during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital is seen dancing during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA /
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital is seen dancing during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA /
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital is seen dancing during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP
Nurses assigned to the Infectious Diseases Unit (IDU) at the Kenyatta University Hospital dance during a Zumba class held at the hospital compound in Nairobi, on May 17, 2020. Coinciding with the morning shift rotation the class, aimed to offer some respite to nurses charged with the management of patients infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and the Kenyatta Univesity Teaching, Refferal and Research Hospital in the Kenyan capital. TONY KARUMBA / AFP

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