- A local nurse has taken to Facebook to share a touching post about a husband and wife who survived the coronavirus
- The heartwarming post includes pictures of the couple and a few nurses together smiling broadly with obvious relief
- Many locals loved the warmth of the post, also taking to the comment section to share messages of support
Surviving Covid-19 is indeed something worth big celebrations - for both the healthcare workers who helped and the patients. A local healthcare worker, Maroline Joy, recently shared a touching post in ImStaying about a couple who survived the horrid virus recently.
"It was their day 10 today, they are going back home as Covid-19 survivors. They showed me that anything and everything can be overcome if only you put your mind to it. Husband and wife in isolation together.
"Helping, supporting and praying for each other. Mr & Mrs Sithole I salute you. Help saving a life, that's why #ImStaying," she wrote happily.
Mzansi loved the bit of good news amidst all the worry and fear in the world right now. Many of them shared messages of support. Read a few of them below.
Carol Ann Boyd said:
"God bless you and your family, stay safe, you guys are so special, God's angels."
Penny Poingdestre said:
"Thank you for what you are doing... And praying for their full recovery."
Zinhle Teka said:
"We thank God, this thing is heartbreaking, very traumatic experience."
Motho Wa Sechaba said:
"God is good, now they can go and educate the ignorant masses out there that Covid is real."
In other Briefly.co.za news, television presenter and actor Zola Hashati has spoken out about his battle with Covid-19. Zola spoke to Unathi Nkayi on Kaya FM about his journey with the virus and how it has affected him. Zola has tested positive for the virus twice.
The first time was in July and the second time was in December 2020. A number of South Africans are still trying to understand how the virus works as there has been speculation that if you have been infected once, your body becomes immune.
The Moja Love presenter has decided to set the record straight about Covid-19. When Zola tested positive for the virus the first time, he shared the news on social media and urged people to get tested.
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