- A video has surfaced of some nurses reported to be workers at a New York health facility praying
- The footage shows the nurses on their knees while praying to seek God's intervention against the dreaded coronavirus
- The video has since gone viral after it popped up online
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With the rise in coronavirus-related death toll, many are turning to God while for many Christians, it has been a test of their faith.
The spread of the novel coronavirus has without a scintilla of doubt quivered the foundation of the church in many part of the world.
Coronavirus has not only challenged religious institutions but also the health systems of even developed countries with well-equipped health facilities.
Amid these herculean setbacks, many frontline health workers have been overwhelmed by the enormous strain they have had to deal with due to the dreaded disease.
However, just as parts of 2 Corinthians 4:9 indicates, ''...we are pressed but not down, persecuted but not abandoned. Struck down but not destroyed.''
And a recent video of some nurses turning to God amid the ravaging COVID-19 is rapidly making rounds on social media.
The footage shows the nurses on their knees seeking God’s intervention in the fight against the COVID-19.
The group of nurses, believed to be working on COVID-19 cases at a hospital in New York were captured on their knees praying amid tears.
They could be heard requesting of God to intervene in their efforts against coronavirus.
In other news, FastRx is a health tech startup that leverages technology to solve pressing challenges in the health care system in Ghana.
As an online pharmacy based at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), FastRx has become the first to develop a self-checker for the new COVID-19.
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