Feel good: Congregants welcome health care workers to their shift

Feel good: Congregants welcome health care workers to their shift

- Members of a Church in KZN gathered together to said goodbye and hello to staff members leaving and starting work at Netcare Alberlito Hospital

- Jennifer Robert shared a sweet picture of people holding up signs as a staff member enters the premises

- The Church members maintained social distancing and wore masks during their kind act

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Jennifer Robert shared a beautiful post about the kind act she was part of. According to Jennifer, members of the Grace Family Church gathered together to welcome the day shift staff and bid farewell to the night shift staff at Netcare Alberlito Hospital in KZN.

The Church members clapped, cheered and shared words of gratitude and encouragement. Jennifer said that the appreciation and response of the medical staff brought tears to her eyes.

She shared a heartwarming image of members of the Church holding up signs as a staff member from the hospital makes her way in.

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Members of a Church gathered together to welcome and bid farewell to staff members leaving and entering Netcare Alberlito Hospital in KZN. Image: Jennifer Robert
Source: Facebook

Take a look at Jennifer's Facebook post below:

Below are just a few of the heartwarming responses she received:

Jane Matkovich said:

"Wonderful gesture and demonstration of support to these selfless people. Very special."

Marie-Celine Robert wrote:

"What a beautiful heartwarming and thoughtful gesture of you both for what they truly deserve - they must have felt overwhelmed at the cheers - well done."

Kinola Sivagopal, a nurse at the hospital, commented:

"Thank you so much. Your warm welcome definitely brightens our day!!! A surely pleasant start to my shift."

Gill Howie added:

"What a WONDERFUL thing to do."

In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a community that prayed outside a local hospital. The community of Mulbarton in Johannesburg gathered as one to pray outside the Netcare Mulbarton Hospital.

A powerful image showing the community praying while maintaining social distancing was shared with the #ImStaying group on Facebook. Connie MakaLethu Hlelokuhle, a nurse at the hospital, shared the image to the group stating that she felt humbled by the kind and thoughtful act.

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Connie also shared that the staff are taking care of patients who received a positive Covid-19 diagnosis. The post gained over 11 000 reactions on the app with the comments section showing the unity of South Africans.

Read Connie's full post below:

"When the Mulbarton community decided to come and pray at the hospital while we are taking care of the Covid patients and sweating. I am humbled, ngiswele imilomo. That's why #I'mStaying."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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