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Honoring Liberian Nurses

12 March 2017 / Dr. Weezs 

N= natural 
U= unity 
R=representing 
S= society  with 
E= equal 
S=  Services

NURSES,  NURSES, NURSES 

Let us please take this time to 
Recognize one of the most important set of people in the world. 
Wether dead or alive.
THEY are no body else ,
But our beautiful NURSES 
Who do the most difficult job 
in the hospital.
Despite the less attention government show  to them in other countries. 
They still risk their lives to care for their
 patients .
May God bless them 
And protect them.
Save them from harm 
Because they are expose to harm everyday. 
Give them long life 
Because most of them died young by infecting themselves 
While saving lives. 
May we see more older nurses 
That will teach our young ones greater experience. 
Now a day we don't see more older nurses because they died young  from giving patient care 
by either pricking themselves or by means of contacting infected body fluids by mistake.

AND TO ALL NURSES ,PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU FOLLOW YOUR STANDARD PRECAUTION MEASURES.
WHICH  IS THE  UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS MEASURE. 
MAY GOD BLESS ALL NURSES IN JESUS NAME. 
JUST TYPE AMEN 
IF YOU BELIEVE.

# I'M DR WEEZS #

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