- A woman recently shared a heartfelt post about her nurse sister who is fighting against Covid-19
- In the post she says that her sister has been fighting valiantly against the scary virus that has been plaguing the world
- Many headed to the comment section where they commended the brave nurse and thanked her for playing such a valiant role in the fight
A South African woman, Makhokolotso Mk Mitchell recently shared a heartfelt post in Facebook's ImStaying group about her sister who is a nurse that is fighting alongside other frontline workers against Covid-19.
In the post, she explains that her sister has been working hard during these trying times that the Covid-19 pandemic that has been plaguing the world for nearly a year now - even working on her birthday.
"One of the reasons I'm staying, my sister Nthabiseng Mmutle , fearlessly saving lives, no rest even on her birthday❤...Antaiseng we love and appreciate you #StrongerTogether #Respect #wearestaying #ImStaying," she captioned heartwarming pictures of the nurse in her uniform and protective equiptment.
Stayers were truly touched by the post, many of them taking to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement. Read a few of their heartfelt comments below.
Patricia Jakavula wrote:
"Salute and Happy birthday to her, thanks to her for the zeal she has to make sure that she save lives!"
Connie Howard-Tripp said:
"Thank you for your Willingness to nurse those who are in need.stay safe and stay protected."
Yvonne Berger said:
"Yesssss. The health care workers are just beyond amazing. Been in hospitals for weeks and see how hard they wotk!!. You cannot appreciate it until you you see it first hand."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a woman with a grateful heart, Pfukani Alphosinah Manyama, recently shared a touching story in Facebook's ImStaying about her friends who cleaned and disinfected her home while she and her husband were sick with Covid-19 in hospital.
"I would like to thank these 2 ladiesThoriso Baabua Nogana Motshegetsi Gobonaone. Here is why I'm grateful to them: My husband and I became ill in December(I thank God because my kids had gone to visit my parents in Limpopo), on the 17th my husband tested for covid19, results came back on the 20th and I went and tested on the 21st. On the 22nd, my husband got worse and he was admitted to the hospital and I got admitted the following day.
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