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Nurses make TikTok video hoping BTS will encourage COVID-19 patient

According to reports, the nurses of the hospital decorated her room with pictures of BTS members for Esther's encouragements. 

Bangtan Boys aka BTS without any doubt happens to be one of the most popular boy band across the world. Their unmatched stage performance and perfect moves have millions of people in love with them. 

A group of nurses at Methodist Healthcare System said that they are willing to go to any extent to save a San Antonio woman named Esther, a BTS fan. According to reports, she is currently fighting COVID-19.

According to nurses, Esther is fighting for her life but her condition continues to worsen.  As per a report in News4sanantonio.com, Esther was admitted to the hospital a month ago and due to health condition she was put on a ventilator.

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However, she did eventually get off the ventilator, but she is having problems in eating and as per her doctors, her condition seems to be deteriorating.

There is one thing that seem to make her happy being admitted to hospital and it is listening to her favorite Korean boy band, BTS.

According to reports, the nurses of the hospital decorated her room with pictures of BTS members for Esther’s encouragements.

As Esther’s battle continued with COVID-19 in the ICU, her health wasn’t improving and required increased life support each day, according to health officials.

Encourage Esther COVID-19 BTS Fan

Esther's care team will do just about anything to fight for her happiness and health. Arriving to Methodist Hospital in critical condition and on a ventilator, nurses were uncertain of just how much mental trauma she had already endured in her battle against COVID-19. Over the past month, Esther's care team has seen very few glimpses of hope in her eyes. When she was taken off the ventilator and awoke for the first time, the first thing Esther did was turn on her phone to listen to BTS, a seven-member boy band from South Korea. She listened for over an hour; it was the happiest her nurses had ever seen her. One of Esther's nurses hung a few pictures of BTS in her room to serve as encouragement. A rare instance, Esther cracked a small smile and gave a thumbs up. As her month in the COVID ICU continues, isolation and her declining health seem to be getting the best of her, requiring increased life support day after day. Her nurses say she is giving up, no longer eating and barely participating in care. The entire team has worked relentlessly in an attempt to cheer her up and give her hope. The hope in her eyes was still so difficult to find.A few nurses worked together to create a TikTok video dancing to a BTS song in hopes of grabbing the band's attention to give Esther a little encouragement in her fight to beat COVID-19. At the young age of 37, despite how ill she remains, we can't let Esther give up!We are asking for you, our amazing community, to rally together to help us help Esther. At the heart of healthcare, these nurses are fighting for Esther's life. Let's share her story and get BTS to #EncourageEsther to better health.John Krasinski HCA Healthcare

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In order to grab BTS’ attention and send Esther some encouragement, some of the nurses posted a TikTOk video but their attempt seem to have gone in vain as none of the BTS member has reacted to it as of now.

The video has garnered over 50,000 views and has been shared by more than 1,500 times on TikTok.

“We are asking for you, our amazing community, to rally together to help us help Esther. At the heart of healthcare, these nurses are fighting for Esther’s life. Let’s share her story and get BTS to #EncourageEsther to better health,” the nurses said in a statement.

 

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