Nurse Plays Violin For Coronavirus Patients To Inspire Faith, Hope And Love
July 9, 2020
A nurse at El Pino hospital in Santiago has been playing the violin for patients in the Critical Care Unit in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Damaris Silva / Credit: REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
Twice a week at 6 p.m., 26-year-old Damaris Silva returns to the ward to play a mix of popular Latin songs, bringing joy to patients in critical care.
"As soon as I walk in the patients brighten, they seem happier; they smile and applaud," she told Reuters.
Silva's goal, she says, is to "give a little bit of love, of faith, of hope with my violin. Every time I do it, I do it from my heart."
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