字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント plenty of retired and inactive nurses around the country have returned to the job to fight the pandemic, and that includes one young woman who was a contestant on the voice. She's put her musical career on hold to fight against Cove in 19. Felicia Temple wowed the judges on the voice back in 2017 making it to the Top 24. But before she became a musician, she was a nurse. Once a nurse, always a nurse. Now the 32 year old has traded in the spotlight for the front lines of the pandemic. I left my international tour upon hearing about the covert outbreak to come back to help my hospital. Felicia now spends her days at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey, in one of the five new I see use keeping up with patients diagnosed with Cove in 19. Even though I left for a little bit to pursue my music career, there's nothing that compares to taking care of people. A to the end of every shift the hospital plays, Felicia is rousing rendition of the anthem Rise Up to inspire her co workers. Now, from the sidelines to the front lines. This Denver Broncos cheerleader is also a nurse now that she's not busy cheering on her team. Gabriella Windy works as a critical care nurse in Colorado and terror rapidly A a dancer for the New York Knicks is putting her nursing training to good use, working 60 hours a week in the I. C. U at a hospital in New Jersey on Here's a happy moment Boston nurses cheered on as she is discharged from the Boston hospital that saved her life from Cove in 19. Thank you, everybody, Debbie Bon upon. He works at the same hospital where co workers cheered on her recovery. She was then surprised with a police escort home. Can't get enough moments like that.