- A young woman recently took some time to share a touching post about the nurses and doctors who helped her son
- According to the post, her son had been having breathing trouble associated with Covid-19 and was rushed to hospital where the healthcare workers offered him stellar help
- Many locals were soon sharing thank-you messages with healthcare workers in SA that are at the frontline of the Covid-19 struggle
A grateful mom, Eva Moeketsi Moeketsi recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about the healthcare workers who had helped save her son's life after he was having breathing problems associated with Covid-19.
"I would like to thank the staff of Pretoria West hospital and Kalafong Hospital. On the 25th of November, my son couldn't breathe due to Covid. The sisters at Pretoria West hospital did all their best to save my son. I had lost hope but hey they did their best.
"He was later transferred to Kalafong where he spent 7 days in ventilation. I can't complain they also did their best. We still have good doctors and nurses in our country that's why I'm staying, she wrote."
Stayers had this to say:
Semakaleng Mary Musi said:
"May God give doctors and nurses strength. Let's thank him always."
Lorna Sepeng said:
"We thank the hardworking frontline nurses and doctors who are in the thick and thin of this pandemic. We also thank God for saving Magents."
Philip Sepeng said:
"For those who take their time to continue to be in the frontline to help those who are in need. You hard work has not gone unnoticed and we continue to pray for you and those who are still in your Care. God Bless Africa."
Meanwhile in other touching Briefly.co.za news, Faizal Miller shared a truly emotional post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. Faizal's daughter will be doing community service in Lusikisiki, Eastern Cape.
He travelled with his wife and daughter through the breathtaking capital town. Faizal wrote about his Lusikisiki experience in detail. His words touched the hearts of many Stayers, some of whom asked him to write more about his travels. The dad referred to his young daughter as a "kind and generous soul".
A quick look at Faizal's Facebook page shows that he lives in the Western Cape, quite a distance from his little girl.
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