A firefighter in Florida was in isolation after being diagnosed with coronavirus in Florida. However, his workmates made sure to not let him feel lonely there.

The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue posted a video on Facebook showing how the friends made a surprise for their isolated friend in the Hospital after he tested positive for COVID-19.

The video shared by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue shows a fire truck was outside the hospital and the firefighter started to send their friendly greetings and salutations for their sick friend.

Firefighters from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue greeted a colleague who has been hospitalized due to coronavirus and was feeling isolated from the world.
Firefighters from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue greeted a colleague who has been hospitalized due to coronavirus and was feeling isolated from the world. (Miami-Dade Fire Rescue)

The firefighter said in the video: “There they are, all this for me” while he was breathing heavily.

They made him “Get Well Soon”cards and came near the hospital window on the ladder of the fire truck to show him their cards.

A firefighter holds up a sign that reads "Your New Firehouse" while visiting a colleague who has been hospitalized due to the coronavirus and feeling isolated from the world.
A firefighter holds up a sign that reads “Your New Firehouse” while visiting a colleague who has been hospitalized due to the coronavirus and feeling isolated from the world. (Miami-Dade Fire Rescue)

One firefighter was holding a sign written on it: “Your New Firehouse.” All firefighters wished their friends a fast recovery on behalf of their whole department workers.

The MDFR firefighter said in the video on Facebook: “This is love. This is the only kind of love you can get from the brother and sisterhood at the firehouse. There is just no other way to explain how this makes me feel.”