Spanish medical practitioners including doctors and nurses stood in line to applaud a 77-year old woman who becomes the first patient to leave the intensive care unit since the outbreak of coronavirus.
She was cheered by the hospital staff while she was being taken from the ventilator and to the general ward.
The hospital workers of Castellon General Hospital located at each cost of Spain lined-up in their face mask to give the patient a huge round of applause and watched as she was wheeled to the general ward.
This heartwarming video was shared by a user online; giving people of Spain a ray of hope as it is their second week of lockdown imposed by the government to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. The death toll of the country reaches an alarming number of 462 in a matter of 21 hours.
Hospital staff who looked after Isabel while she was at the intensive care unit were seen gathered in their face masks to applaud the patient and wheeled her through the general ward.
When medical staff was clapping for her, Isabel raised her right hand and waved everyone thanks you for their round the clockwork at the hospital.
In the video, we can say one of the staff bends down and whispered that she should continue to fight and get better while two medical professionals help her with protective clothing.
She was transferred to the general ward after four days of being admitted here due to pneumonia where she was tested positive for Covid-19.
According to the health chief, 2,182 confirmed people have died due to coronavirus in Spain and the number people admitted to the hospital due to it stands at 2,355.
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