- A young South African woman recently shared a heartfelt post about volunteering to help battle Covid-19
- Her heartwarming post features pictures of herself and other volunteers wearing protective gear with what looks like cleaning equipment
- Many thanked her for taking some of her personal time to help to make a difference in the world fight with the coronavirus
A South African woman called Libra Mpho recently motivated many people to do what they can do to help combat the horrible Coronavirus that has been leaving a trail of destruction in its wake since November 2019.
Taking to Facebook's popular ImStaying group, Mpho shared pictures of herself and other volunteers dressed up in their protective gear holding what looks like equipment used to disinfect places.
"As am volunteering to ease the spread of Covid 19 is the least I can do. We have lost so much, let’s work together. Pray for us to stay safe. #ImStaying," she captioned the heartwarming and inspiring pictures.
Meanwhile, Stayers were definitely motivated. Many of them headed to the comment section to thank her for helping to make a difference in such trying times. Read a few of their comments below:
Carol Hodgkinson said:
"All of you are in our prayers and thoughts!"
Dee Strange said:
"Thank you and God bless you."
Jane Maseko said:
"I always put you guys in my prayers."
Botsile Bogabale Kepadisa said:
"Praying for God's divine protection and health on you, our fellow countrymen."
Linda Mtshali said:
"Thank you. May God bless you and your team."
Cara Brent said:
"Amazing, praying for supernatural protection."
In similar heartwarming Covid-19 Briefly.co.za news, a South African woman, Makhokolotso Mk Mitchell, recently shared a heartfelt post in Facebook's ImStaying group about her sister who is a nurse 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 equipment.
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Source: Briefly News