'Iceland’s government thanks Pinoy nurses in Tagalog'

'Iceland’s government thanks Pinoy nurses in Tagalog'

First it was the United Kingdom and now it’s the Nordic island country of Iceland.

If you might remember it was also this country who led and filed a resolution in the United Nation Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to compile a report on Philippines’s 3-year narcotics crackdown over human rights concerns, last year.

But now a different reason why Iceland is in this story, and it was because of an Icelandic-American vlogger has posted a video purportedly showing a state-run broadcast where a hospital official thanked Filipino nurses and workers for their contribution in the fight against COVID-19.

'Several Pinoy netizens thanked FinnSnow for the information about the gesture of gratitude by the Icelandic government to the Filipino workers.' (photo credit to Daily Tribune)

“Beautiful moment at the end of a health briefing on national state run broadcast. CEO of hospital of Iceland speaks in Tagalog, thanking Filipino nurses and workers,” said FinnSnow in his vlog posted in YouTube.
In the said post, a brief video was shown where a man spoke in Tagalog to thank the Filipino workers, proceeding shortly to a more lengthy discussion over his the Internet connectivity problems he is experiencing during the lockdown.

Piers Morgan of UK

A few weeks ago, British National Piers Morgan thanked and hailed Filipino nurses working in the United Kingdom for their exceptional professionalism.
“It’s worth bearing in mind when we talk about immigrants in this country, these are the immigrants currently saving people’s lives. Coming here and actually enriching our country and doing an amazing job,” Morgan said.

“So thank you to all the Filipinos who are here doing all this amazing work and to every other working in the NHS currently. I hope at the end of this, we’ll have a, perhaps a different sentiment, a different feeling about what immigration has done for this country,” he added.

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