Lola na naka-recover sa COVID-19, viral matapos mapasayaw palabas ng ospital

Lola na naka-recover sa COVID-19, viral matapos mapasayaw palabas ng ospital

- An elderly Filipina has recently recovered from the novel coronavirus disease

- She was being videotaped while exiting a hospital to finally go home to her family

- The video went viral because the woman was seen dancing while sitting on a wheelchair

- Many netizens immediately reacted after watching the much-talked-about footage

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An elderly woman recently made the rounds on social media because of an entertaining video of her inside a hospital.

KAMI learned that the said Filipina was given a simple send-off ceremony after recovering from the novel coronavirus disease or COVID-19.

Hospital staff can be heard singing “Sweet Child of Mine” while the survivor was being escorted out of the building.

Surprised by the said action, the elderly woman tried to dance while sitting on a wheelchair.

Her happiness was evident in the much-talked-about video because she was finally able to combat the dreadful disease.

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Here are some of the reactions of netizens:

“Basta nasa ugat natin ang dugo ng Panginoon, walang COVID!”
“Wow! Truly, God is great. He never forsakes us. Pagaling po kayo. Ingat po at God bless!”
“Teary eye while watching! God is good all the time!”
“Thank God. Sana lahat na po gumaling. 0 positive cases and 0 death. We pray in Jesus name.”
“Napakabuti mo, Panginoon! Marami pong salamat at sana marami pa o lahat nang may covid 19 ay maging ok na po.”
“Stay healthy, lola!!! Nakaka-touch! Each recovery calls for a celebration!”

Watch the video below:

In a previous article by , a viral video caught the reaction of medical frontliners upon receiving their COVID-19 test results.

The Philippines is one of the countries that is greatly affected by the novel coronavirus disease. As of April 21, it already has 6,500 confirmed cases and 654 recoveries.

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A Filipino found his own way to help frontliners amid pandemic. “They had to walk an hour, an hour and a half to get to work. I mean, coming from an 8-hour shift sa hospital, tapos palalakarin mo pa yung nurse o kahit security guard. Parang hindi makatarungan, diba?” – on HumanMeter!


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