COVID-19 has changed lives for billions of people around the world. With millions admitted to the hospital worldwide, doctors and nurses are working hard to ensure the patients survive.
Recently, Healthcare workers at New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital made a video showing two people being wheeled toward the exit as staff cheered them on.
Good Morning America reported that the tradition began last week.
Former Journey singer Steve Perry celebrated “a little cheer” being spread amid the coronavirus pandemic after discovering that a hospital has been playing the band’s classic song “Don’t Stop Believin’” every time a COVID-19 patient is discharged.
Hospital president said:
“Every patient discharge gives hope to New York-Presbyterian Queens staff”
Steve Perry said:
“They are encouraged to see their patients recovering and going home.”
“I wanted to share a little cheer. … We’re all in this together, and we’ll get through this together.”