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Florida nurse sings song about COVID-19 on ukulele to boost team morale

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Florida nurse sings song about COVID-19 on ukulele to boost team morale

Florida nurse sings song about COVID-19 on ukulele to boost team morale

This is the heartwarming moment a head nurse sings a quarantine song on a ukulele to boost the morale of her team.

Shannon Little, from a local hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, composed the jingle in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

She was recorded singing in the video in the hospital office.

Fellow nurse Eshe I-Nesbit said: ''Shannon is one of my favorite managers.

She was trying to help boost our morale.'' Florida's Covid-19 cases reached 1,007 on Sunday (March 22) evening with 13 deaths throughout the state.

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