- A healthcare worker could not attend her graduation ceremony because of the coronavirus
- However, her co-workers went the extra mile to make her day special regardless
- They hosted a special graduation ceremony for her at the hospital where she works
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The coronavirus has disrupted our lives and things we used to take for granted are now missed. Many people have had to sacrifice some of the most beautiful and specials days of their lives, including weddings, baby showers and graduations.
However, one woman's colleagues went the extra mile to make her feel special and celebrated. A group of healthcare workers united to throw a graduation ceremony for their fellow nurse.
On Monday, a man, Wayne Philander, shared a heart-warming video of the hospital graduation on his Facebook page.
He revealed in the captioned that his wife's colleague would have graduated was it not for the lockdown.
He added his wife and some of the other nurses gave her a special graduation ceremony.
Social media users loved the touching clip and gave their two cents' worth in the comment section.
Mthembu Lee Thembelihle commented:
"Wow so beautiful."
Prince Thabo Sefike said:
"Wow, love lives there, congratulations to the celebrant, big ups to her colleagues and glory be to God."
Faysal Petersen added:
"The spirit of humanity and Ubuntu is truly amazing."
Queen Dee Dioma wrote:
"This is beautiful indeed. How thoughtful of her colleagues. May God grant them strength to hold on and support each other through and through. Let love lead."
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Take a look at the video below:
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that a mother officiated her daughters' graduation at home. A woman, Crystal Janice Ross, and her sister finished varsity this year.
However, due to the coronavirus and lockdown, they could not have a graduation ceremony. So, they held the most special graduation at their home with their mom awarding the degrees.
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