Video of 2-month-old baby who recovered from COVID-19 touches netizens’ hearts

Video of 2-month-old baby who recovered from COVID-19 touches netizens’ hearts

- A 2-month-old baby in the Philippines had contracted the novel coronavirus

- Just recently, the infant already recovered from the said dreadful disease

- The staff of a hospital in Bataan prepared a simple ceremony to celebrate the baby’s recovery

- Many netizens admitted that their hearts were stirred after watching the video of the said child

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A video of a 2-month-old baby who has just recovered from the novel coronavirus disease is now circulating on social media.

KAMI learned that the said infant was given a simple send-off ceremony inside a hospital after surviving the dreadful disease.

The staff of Mariveles District Hospital cheered and gave a cake to the baby who was officially considered as the youngest patient of COVID-19 in Bataan.

They even prepared an entertaining dance number to celebrate the recovery of the child from the novel coronavirus.

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Gail Garino, a healthcare worker, was the one who uploaded the video on social media. As of this writing, it already has 19 thousand reactions and 18 thousand shares.

Here are some of the reactions of netizens:

“Ang galing! Salamat sa Diyos.”
“Our lord saved your baby. And thank you again to all doctors and nurses!”
“Thank you, almighty God. Bravo frontliners for taking care the baby.”
“Congrats sa mga frontliners na nag-alaga sa baby. Good health palagi sa inyo mga frontliners.”
“Thank you, Lord! Nasa maayos na kalagayan na ang bata and also thank you sa mga frontliners.”
“Thank you, Lord! Nakakaantig naman!”

Watch the video below:

In a previous article by , the Philippines has recorded the biggest single-day number of recoveries so far on May 3.

The novel coronavirus disease has infected more than 3 million people around the world. Many scientists and medical firms have joined the global race to discover a vaccine for it.

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