- A nurse took a moment off her work to share selfies on social media
- The pretty lady had many Mzansi men weak at the knees and possibly needing medical attention from her
- Other social media users used the chance to thank her for helping the sick
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An ICU nurse shared beautiful on-duty selfies on social media recently. Her stunning pictures had many in Mzansi wishing they were ill. Others used the opportunity to thank her for her service.
Twitter user NontyatyamboE shared the selfies with the caption:
"Your ICU PN on duty. #NightShift"
Twitter user MaandaMandiky1 said:
"Am so coming for my check-up."
"Thank you for being a nurse, thank you for ukuhlenga abantu bami, your service to the mankind is highly appreciated."
"Talk about embracing and loving what you do."
"All the best. Stay safe"
"I'm critical but stable, should I come for a check up?"
"We appreciate you."
"All the best darling, be safe."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a US-based doctor, Michael Igwe, has said that he helps his patients deal with the fear of coronavirus through Igbo songs. The doctor spoke about the limitedness of their medical training in school to deal with a rare situation like the present pandemic. Igwe also said that whenever he is troubled, he always calls on the Holy Spirit to put his mind at rest.
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