- A nurse revealed that she had an amazing experience
- A kind stranger paid for her goods to say thank you
- We owe health workers across the country a debt of gratitude
A nurse, Molelekeng Lee Khasu, took to Facebook to share an amazing experience that she had. Shre reveals that while filling her car with petrol she bought some energy drinks and chocolates for herself after a tough shift.
While she was paying a kind stranger offered to pay for her goods as a way to say thank you to all the health workers.
Briefly.co.za that she shared her experience online:
Perhaps someone knows who this amazing good Samaritan is, and we can get Molelekeng the reunion she wishes for.
Facebook users were blown away by the kind stranger's actions:
Carmen Joseph: "Awesome. Reading your post I see that you a health worker. Well done on doing an awesome job and I know staying up late nights and doing work for long hours can't be easy. Keep the chocolate for energy but cut the loss on the Monster drinks (not healthy for your heart, just saying cause I care)."
Charmaine Oumie Daniels: "Be blessed I am glad you receive the offer....all of the best. I share your post."
Zulaikha Nakooda: "Hi, I may never have seen or met u before or even paid for ur goods but I would like u to know that u and all the health workers globally have myself and my family praying for all of you daily and we are grateful for all of you, in this difficult time still being able to put a smile and give a helping hand what a blessing thank u guys ... God bless and stay safe."
Mignon Hewlett: "There. Are some very loving and caring people out there. God bless."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on 7 amazing SA healthcare workers who are on the frontlines.
Around the world, doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers are putting their lives on the line to help save those who become infected with Covid-19.
South Africans healthcare workers are amongst those unsung heroes who deserved to be lauded for the sacrifices they make to help the country fight the pandemic.
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