Nobel students create video to thank frontline workers fighting COVID-19

Over several weeks, dozens of students from Nobel International School Algarve, from the national and international sections, took part in the compilation of a music video to thank all official entities who have been at the forefront of fighting Covid-19.

The video was put together by music teacher Bruno Rodrigues, in a joint effort with Nobel Algarve parents and students, staff and collaborators, to reinforce the message, ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’.

Mr. Bruno Rodrigues, a music teacher at Nobel Algarve, challenged the school community to get involved by helping him compile this video as a tribute to all frontline workers in Portugal and across the world, who are courageously and relentlessly working every day to help everyone in the fight against the deadly Covid-19 virus.

Mr. Rodrigues said: “I tried to bring together all elements of the school community because we had lost physical contact, so it was not only to thank those on the frontline in the fight against Covid, but also to create something fun that involved the whole school community.”

In a statement, Nobel Algarve added: “Whether you work within the medical field, are on the job as an essential business worker, part of a supply chain bringing us the goods and services we need, a government employee planning programmes and relief efforts, or volunteering your services and talents to help those around you; we appreciate your immense sacrifices, invaluable dedication, commitment, and efforts in helping to control Covid-19, oftentimes risking your own lives for the benefit of all. A big ‘thank you’ from all of us at Nobel Algarve!”

To see the video below