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Filipino nurse in Dubai draws ‘memorial portraits’ of fallen Covid-19 heroes

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A Dubai-based Filipino nurse gave tribute to the fallen Filipino Covid-19 frontliners in the across the world who died fighting to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

In his Facebook account, Nathan RNtist made an album with ‘Fallen Heroes (HCA, HCW, Professionals) Memorial Portraits’ which features medical professionals abroad and in the Philippines who have succumbed to the virus.

The following frontliners have been drawn by Nathan:

Vladimir Morales, 47, Radiological Technologist in Saudi Arabia

Allan Macalalad, Theatre Assistant in the United Kingdom

Jasper Magat, Healthcare Worker in the Philippines

Henry Jun Jardio, Radiological Technologist in the Philippines

Jeaneth Serina, Health Care Aide in the USA

Rogelio ‘Kaka’ Sarmiento, ER Paramedics in the Philippines

Froilan Magallanes, Physical Therapist in New Jersey, USA

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