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A&E choir gives under pressure hospital staff reason to smile with surprise performance

Credit: Lewis Bradley

Staff at Swansea's Morriston Hospital were surprised with a performance from the hospital's A&E choir to help boost morale during the coronavirus outbreak.

They performed a rendition 'Just call my name (I'll be there)' and hope they can look after the wellbeing of their colleagues with their singing.

The choir is made up of staff from the emergency department and they have been singing together for over a year.

Andrea Bradley is the matron of the emergency department and helped conduct this latest performance.

She says that in the face of rising pressure, due to the coronavirus outbreak, the choir can help the team come together and relieve stress.

All the girls that are singing are under tremendous pressure at the moment. But they don't show it because they're professionals.

It makes you feel part of the team and we have a real good laugh with each other.

It gives you time out together as a team without the work pressure.

– Andrea Bradley
Credit: Lewis Bradley

The choir finished the performance by reminding people to "stay at home, stay at home."

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