A group of #Florida-based medical professionals at #Miami’s Jackson South Medical Center began their day with a rooftop prayer, kneeling and asking for God’s “guidance and protection” as they and others on the front lines continue to battle the #coronavirus #pandemic ravaging the nation.
The Jackson Health System on Wednesday posted a photo showing a group of medical professionals kneeling on a rooftop before beginning their day. “This is how we started our morning today. Our team said a prayer, asking God for guidance and protection while we are at work, and to keep us and our families safe,” senior ER tech Danny Rodriguez said: “This is how we started our morning today. Our team said a prayer, asking God for guidance and protection while we are at work, and to keep us and our families safe.” Similarly, a photo showing a group of praying nurses and surgical technicians at #VanderbiltUniversityHospital in #Nashville, #Tennessee, went viral this week.
Vanderbilt Health said on social media alongside the touching image: “We wanted to share this beautiful moment that was captured by a staff member when members of our team spent a few extra minutes on our helipad praying for their unit, Vanderbilt employees, patients and families & all of our colleagues around the world taking care of patients,” Vanderbilt Health said on social media alongside the touching image.” Millions of Americans across the nation are tapping into their faith as the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold across the nation. Clay Bentley, a retired sheriff’s deputy from Georgia who contracted the virus, told his story on Fox @ Night last week, crediting his miraculous recovery to God, whom he says came into his hospital room and breathed into his lungs.