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      The Essential Role of Dance in the Fight Against the COVID-19 Outbreak Translated title: 舞蹈在抗击疫情中的必要角色

      Creative Arts in Education and Therapy

      Inspirees Education Group

      Dance, COVID-19 crisis, epidemic, China, 舞蹈, COVID-19危机, 流行性疾病, 中国

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          Since the outbreak of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) across China in early 2020, ­leaders of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the state have given earnest consideration to the science-based epidemic prevention and control. With numerous health care professionals bravely saving lives on the frontline and countless ordinary people self-quarantining at home on the advice of experts, China is going all out to contain the COVID-19 spread. At this challenging time, a large number of dancers have taken action to boost people’s morale through dance videos and ease public stress by offering free online dance lessons as workouts. Dance not only can help those stuck in home isolation and those infected with mild symptoms, it can relieve and release negative emotions and stress, but by keeping fit one can strengthen ones’ immune system against the virus. Dance, with its unique aesthetic appreciation and artistic value, plays a significant role in society and humankind amid the epidemic crisis.

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          2020年初,新型冠状病毒蔓延全国,在这段抗击疫情的特殊时期,既有党和国家领导人的高度重视和科学部署,又有不顾自身安危的医护工作者奋斗在抗疫的一线,全国人民上下齐心听从专家建议,采取居家隔离来对抗疫情的扩散。在这段特殊的时期,众多的舞者在行动,他们通过舞蹈视频来鼓舞士气,通过舞蹈公益课的形式来舒缓大众压力,达到锻炼身体的目的。舞蹈不仅可以让居家隔离的大众和轻度新型冠状病毒患者缓解情绪、放松压力,还可以达到强生健体、增强免疫能力来对抗病毒。舞蹈在这场突入的疫情中以其独有的审美方式和艺术价值发挥着其对于社会、对于人类的重要作用。

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                Contributors
                Journal
                caet
                Creative Arts in Education and Therapy
                Eastern and Western Perspectives
                Translated title: 创造性艺术教育及治疗-东西方视角 :
                CAET
                Inspirees Education Group (The Netherlands )
                2451-876X
                2468-2306
                August 2020
                : 6
                : 1
                : 44-49
                Affiliations
                Sichuan University of Media and Communications, China
                Article
                10.15212/CAET/2020/6/15
                Copyright © 2020 Inspirees International

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