Coronavirus Patient Appreciates Hospital Staff with a Violin Serenade

A Coronavirus patient who is being treated in the intensive care unit decided to appreciate the hospital staff…
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A Coronavirus patient who is being treated in the intensive care unit decided to appreciate the hospital staff with a violin serenade. Grover Wilhelmsen who was once a music teacher came up with a special way to thank those who had been caring for him. The gratitude all started with a note passed to a nurse.

After that, this Coronavirus patient thought about another way to appreciate these hospital staff. He then asked his wife to bring his violin to the hospital.

The virus which had already affected Grover’s lungs couldn’t allow him to speak. Therefore, he had to look for a way to appreciate the angels that had been treating him.

He let the violin do the talking for him because he couldn’t talk himself.

Sase

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Ciara Sase, a nurse at Intermountain Healthcare’s McKay-Dee Hospital revealed that she wept when Grover started playing the violin. Then, she piped the music into the hallway so her colleagues could hear.

This is something that will follow me for the rest of my career.

Sase

Music may not be the best medicine to save lives, but it certainly goes a long way in making life worth living.

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