Friday, 28 January 2022 : Beauty and Lifestyle
Beautiful nurse on Twitter leaves her followers speechless by showing of her picture at work.
Nurses make up a large part of healthcare workforce in South Africa, they play a huge role in hospitals and clinics. But most of the experienced ones are set to retire in the next 15 years from now. During 2020 Covid-19 pandemic the government released a statement that addresses the shortages of qualified nurses, which keeps growing and soon will become a problem.
National spokesperson for the Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (Denosa), Sibongiseni Delihlazo once said that "This is a time ticking bomb that is just waiting to blow up in face of south africans."
A woman named Khalie went viral on Twitter after posting a tweet that says 'Hi, can I be your nurse?' along with a picture of herself fully dressed in work uniform. The nurse clearly looks like a super model which is why her post gained many likes, currently the tweet has reached over four thousand likes in just two days.
Source : https://twitter.com/Oneflint1/status/1486623937979113473?s=20&t=J0Q3x3DzIvEydlN0jXacUA
Picture : Twitter
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