Fashion Brings Cheer To Medics At Gulf Medical University Event
Gulf Today|July 30, 2021
Thirty-five healthcare professionals and their up-and- coming colleagues gamely strutted on the catwalk with the powerful messages against the mutating stubborn virus
Mariecar Jara-Puyod

The Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) has brought about a landfall of inventions and how about piecing the immaculately white lab coat with the imagination of the visual artist to continually spread the story of positive transformation, hope and victory.

It happened as it would go beyond yesterday, Wednesday, when 35 healthcare professionals and their up-and-coming colleagues, gamely strutted on the catwalk with the powerful messages against the mutating stubborn virus that had so far claimed 4,194,385 with 177,735,719 recoveries – globally – as of press time.

“I am very impressed. It is my first time to see the coats. I am now thinking of working on a project that would have all the students and the doctors here in the university and in all the hospitals (of the Thumbay Group) create their own designs with their white coats,” Gulf Medical University (GMU) chancellor Prof. Hossam Hamdy told Gulf Today after the first-of-a-kind “Walking Art--White Coat Fashion Show by Healthcare Heroes.”

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