Married nurses working together against Covid-19 wow tweeps with pics

Married nurses working together against Covid-19 wow tweeps with pics

- American nurses Mindy Brock and Ben Cayer met back in 2007 while still in school and got married eight years later

- The pair work in the same hospital and always travelled to their workplace together

- The medical version of Bonnie and Clyde captured hearts when they were pictured holding each other in an embrace

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Two nurses working side by side have become instant sensations after it was discovered they are married.

Ben Cayer who is 46 years old and his 38-year-old wife Mindy Brock are both nurses fighting the COVID-19 pandemic at the frontlines.

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The pair became a hit after a heartwarming photo of them embracing each other while dressed in full protective gear made rounds on the internet.

Mindy and Ben were spotted staring straight at each other as they clutched onto one another’s faces ready to go to war.

Their faces were covered in protective equipment and their hands were buried deep in layers of gloves.

And even though there was a thick layer of clothes between them, love managed to ooze out of their hearts and that was all that mattered.

The photo reminded people of the sacrifice medical staff make every day when they step into hospitals not knowing when their last day will be.

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It also represented unity at a time of difficulty as the married couple tried to give each other strength to go through a tiresome and trying day.

The pair who hail from the US work for Tampa General Hospital and do not mind going above and beyond to honour the mission of preserving humanity, Daily Mail reported.

According to the lovebirds, working side by side eases the burden of dealing with Covid-19 as both of them understand what it takes.

The couple who met back in 2007 work in close contact with infected patients as they are required to fit tubes inside patients’ mouths and down their airways.

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