CGH nurses celebrate discharge of patient from ward in heartwarming video

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A video of nurses cheering on a patient who was discharged from hospital has warmed the hearts of netizens.

Stomp understands the video was taken at a ward in Changi General Hospital.

The clip taken from TikTok was posted on Everyday SG's Facebook page on May 8 and has since garnered over 135,000 views.

Happy nurses at Changi General Hospital Singapore celebrating the recovery of a COVID-19 patient 😄🎊🎉 #SGTogether #SGUnited #COVID19

Posted by Everyday SG on Thursday, 7 May 2020

The caption reads: "Happy nurses at Changi General Hospital Singapore celebrating the recovery of a COVID-19 patient."

In the video accompanied by the music of Journey's Don't Stop Believin', the nurses exude genuine joy and happiness while cheering on the patient who is seen holding a paper with the words, "Finally I'm COVID-FREE".

One nurse even jumps up and down as the patient walks by with a rolling suitcase.

A voice in the background tells the man to "take care" and he nods in appreciation.

Netizens have praised the healthcare workers for their obvious passion and love for what they do despite these challenging times.

Another circulated video of a healthcare worker leading patients in dance workout at Singapore Expo has also uplifted spirits.

It's very heartening to see some positive signs both from the patients and the healthcare workers. I guess this is after gov.sg message that 20k are expected to be discharge by end May 👏 🥰

Posted by Raziff Hamid on Tuesday, 12 May 2020

The healthcare worker is seen dancing enthusiastically despite being decked out in personal protective equipment while dozens of foreign worker patients are seen following her lead.

Other healthcare workers are also shown dancing along in the video.

A Woodlands Health Campus (WHC) told The Straits Times that its Expo healthcare team started a series of exercises and activities on Monday (May 11) to improve the well-being of patients.

These activities are meant to lift patients' mood and help them remain active while recovering at the community care facility.