Brazil Nurses Find A Way To Mimic Human Touch For COVID-19 Patients

Brazil Nurses Find A Way To Mimic Human Touch For COVID-19 Patients

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A touching image of the gloves holding on to hand of an isolated patient was shared by Sadiq Sameer Bhat

The pandemic has been an exceptionally tough time for everyone. The highly contagious nature of COVID-19 does not allow physical proximity between people, making it almost impossible to extend support to those in need. But nurses in Brazil have come up with a novel idea to comfort isolated patients. At a time when the country is battling an unprecedented spike in COVID-19 cases, the nurses have found a way to mimic the human touch. Their invention is made up of two disposable gloves tied to each other and filled with hot water.

A touching image of the gloves holding on to the hand of an isolated patient was shared by Sadiq Sameer Bhat of the Gulf News. Along with the image, he wrote, "'The hand of God' - nurses trying to comfort isolated patients in a Brazilian Covid isolation ward. Two disposable gloves tied, full of hot water, simulating impossible human contact. Salute to the front liners and a stark reminder of the grim situation our world is in!"

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