Coronavirus: Meet the black singing doctor who sings for COVID-19 victims to help them cope

Coronavirus: Meet the black singing doctor who sings for COVID-19 victims to help them cope

- Dr Elvis Francois, a young surgeon finishing his five-year residency as an orthopaedic surgeon at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, has become a global sensation

- The black doctor is using his voice through music to help people cope and heal amid the coronavirus pandemic

- Dr Francois believes despite our collective struggles for solutions amidst the COVID-19, the world must come together to overcome the coronavirus

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As the anxiety of many continues to rise amid the soaring numbers of COVID-19 death-related cases, Dr Elvis Francois has found a way to breach the thick anxious walls of victims to help them heal.

YEN.com.gh gathers that Dr Francois, who is finishing his five-year residency as an orthopaedic surgeon at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, is using music along with prescriptions to help people cope.

Dr Francois uses his soothing voice which is a natural gift from God to impact lives in these turbulent times of coronavirus which has claimed thousands of lives.

For the past two years, the young black doctor has been sharing videos of his songs on social media and he is reaching out to bring people together through music.

In a post on social media, Dr Francois noted that so many things divide us; religion, race, politics, social status and more but believes that the pandemic brings us all together.

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''In life, there are so many things that divide us. Religion, race, politics, social status and so much more….But today a global pandemic brings us all together as one,'' parts of his post on Facebook said.

Dr Francis reiterated the opinions of many about how the COVID-19 will test the health systems of countries.

''Health care providers will be under an incredible amount of stress to save thousands of people. But when times are as dark as they are today, nothing shines brighter than the human spirit,'' he said.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Health Service has confirmed that the total number of COVID-19 cases in the country is 136.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that a lady identified as Precious Williams has shared a heart-wrenching experience about how she is struggling to cope after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Precious Williams disclosed in a message on social media that she tested positive for the COVID-19 and she asked her friends to remember her in their prayers for speedy recovery.

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