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A NYC Nurse Cheers Up Hospital Patients Every Day by Singing to Them Over the Intercom -- Watch!

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Every day at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens, New York, patients hear a soothing voice coming from the intercom.

That would be the voice of nurse Kaity Egan, 24, who has been working at the hospital for two years now. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, she's been making it a point to cheer up her patients daily by singing to them through the device.

"I normally sing all day long in my telemetry unit just for fun. However, my co-workers and I were moved to a floor with an intercom system recently where all the patients can hear," Egan exclusively tells ET of how the heartwarming idea came to be. "I figured it would be a nice surprise for the patients and staff, to bring a little comfort and positivity during this time."

"The patients are loving it! It definitely brings smiles to their faces, including my co-workers," she continues. "It's been hard mentally and physically during this time for both my co-workers and patients. So I think that people are just looking forward to some positivity in all of this right now."

Meanwhile, at another hospital in New York City, a group of healthcare workers pulled out all the stops for their co-worker Canaan Maffeo, 32, who missed out on his graduation in order to help fight the COVID-19 outbreak.

"My brother is out working as a nurse for COVID patients directly and had to miss his graduation," his sister shared on Twitter. "Check out what his coworkers did!"

See how other healthcare workers are spreading joy in their hospitals with singing, dancing, comedy and more below!

@aubstmary

You know the deal, we’re here for you! ##PlayByPlay##MoodBoost##fyp##onmybreak##nurses##healthcareworkers##frontline

♬ Something New (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - Wiz Khalifa

@annab3llaa

Tougher than Corona ##fyp##viral##coronavirus##covid19##RN##nurses##IVR##infectioncontrol@nabvillar14

♬ original sound - raminsohrab

@samimurphy637

##savagechallenge with @rav_impress

♬ Savage - Megan Thee Stallion

@nursekala

Nursing is Cindy’s day job ##coronaviruschallenge##nurses##doctors##afterhours @pcimom @brennasue1023 @em.howard @purseynursey4040

♬ DJ Yames Mashup 2 - dj_yames

@nursekala

We’re stayin alive during ##covid 💪🏼💉🕺🏼 inspired by the show, Hunters! ##nurseswag##nurses##AerieREALPositivity##stayinalive

♬ Stayin' Alive - The Michael Kane Band

@kellylebrun0

##ERnurse##coronavirus##FYP##foryourpage##nurses##respiratorytherapist##hospital##survivingcovid19

♬ sonido original - grettyoficial

@sam_mayte

Exploring new lines of work. Just call us Quarantina and Covina ✌🏻##stayhomestaystrong##foryou##nurses##strippper##somebodycomegether##leavingmybody

♬ original sound - thornton.lauren16

@nursekala

##happyathome because work is home lately.. good thing I love my co workers. @pcimom @brennasue1023 ##nurses##doctor

♬ Why Is Everything Chrome (Lean Swag Rock Wit It) - King Critical

@nursekala

I mean it’s not like we’re going to write it on our forehead...that’s tacky. 😜 @brennasue1023 ##foru##loungewear##nurses##singlelife##PPE

♬ Boyfriend by Selena Gomez - .onyasolomon

@danielmachunugan

Proper cough etiquette and hand sanitizing ✌️👊🙂##ncovfighter ##healthworkers@Lhai Mhe @Majade Panlasigui San Miguel @user685989268473

♬ Hips Don't Lie - soymiguelgon

@drstellac

We gave up our lunch break for this. ##fyp##ownthecurve##edutokhealth##healthheroes##frontliners##everydayscience##doctors##celebratedoctors

♬ Blinding Lights - The Weeknd

Have you heard an uplifting story that brought you joy amid the coronavirus pandemic? I'd love to hear it! Share it with me on Twitter (@desireemurphy_), and for more heartwarming moments like this one, visit our Good News section for daily inspiration.

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