Celebrated Gospel musician, Diana Hamilton is not just saving lives with the gospel of Jesus Christ, but has taken up the challenge to save more lives in real time, amid COVID-19 pandemic and fans all around the world can't stop talking about it.
The multiple award-winner who is also a practicing nurse, for some time now, has been creating awareness about the highly contagious virus to help curb the spread.
The gorgeous Diana Hamilton did not limit her efforts to fighting the pandemic with lots of activism, but has actually assumed her duty as a nurse to vaccinate people against coronavirus.
In a photo she shared on her Instagram page today, Diana is seen administering the vaccine to a woman who calmly took the shot in a seated position at an unidentified health facility in the UK.
To give clarity to the snapshot, the sensational singer established that she has put a hold on singing this week to assist with the vaccination process in the United Kingdom.
“Good morning family. I hope you're keeping well. This week, it's microphone down and my 'nursing' hat on. I’m getting some COVID 19 vaccinations into arms,” she posted on her Instagram page.
Her gesture has not only warmed the hearts of fans but has made Ghanaians and all nurses proud, as followers flooded her page with tons of comments.
The UK-based Ghanaian musician seized the opportunity to urge everyone to continue to adhere to safety protocols as doctors and scientists seek solutions to end this health challenge.
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