- A Good Samaritan surprised a group of nurses with soup and fresh bread
- One of the nurses revealed that it had been a long day and that negativity started to take over prior to him walking in
- He lifted their spirits and rounded off the visit with a much-needed prayer
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While the majority of South Africans have been staying indoors during the nationwide lockdown, it's still been business as usual for those regarded as essential workers.
Healthcare workers have been at the forefront of the Covid-19 crisis and it can easily take its toll on the body and mind.
Natalie Esterhuyse revealed that it had been another long day for her and her colleagues at Wilmed Park Hospital in Klerksdorp.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that she and her colleagues were counting down the minutes for their shift to end.
Frustration and hunger had crept in, but out of nowhere, a stranger walked in and surprised them with soup and fresh bread.
He boosted their morale by commending them for their excellent work in helping South Africans during this challenging time.
To top it off, he capped off his visit by saying a prayer for the lovely ladies.
Natalie's post in the #ImStaying Facebook group can be seen below:
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Briefly.co.za noted that her post went viral and many South Africans joined in to praise not only the kind man, but the healthcare workers as well.
Bheki Khumalo said,
"Powerful Move Big Ups To THE ANGELS."
Pearl English added,
"God is so good sending that angel to bless you."
Samantha Leigh Herbert said,
"This got me in tears. Kindness is such a beautiful thing."
Ronel Munnik lauded the young nurses:
"May they be blessed. Such a wonderful gesture and you deserve to be spoiled. Thank you for your hard work you do and for the risk you take on a daily basis."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that various nursing councils have called on the international community to appreciate their work during this Covid-19 crisis.
Many social media users shared beautiful tribute messages.
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