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Coronavirus: landlady discovers that her tenant is a nurse and "gives" her two months rent free

April 23, 2020 • By Alison Forde

When a global pandemic such as the one that broke out due to Coronavirus affects the whole world hard, everyone suffers: from those who are temporarily staying at home because their work is suspended, to those who have lost their work  indefinitely. But the group who are at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 are health workers, including doctors and nurses, who are forced to take grueling shifts to look after the large number of patients.

via: La Voz

In this situation, any gesture of kindness towards health workers is always welcome. As was occasioned by this woman from Bahìa Blanca, Argentina, who decided not to let her tenant pay the rent for two months, when she found out that she was working as a nurse and was on the front line in the fight against Covid-19.

The nurse is called Mayra Beròn, she is 32 years old and works in the Municipal Hospital of Agudos in Bahìa Blanca, in the south of the province of Buenos Aires; although at this time many neighbors of nurses and health workers are afraid of being infected by them, this story of the landlady and the young nurse instead instills love, empathy and a lot of hope.


Although Mayra hesitated to accept the rent suspension for her apartment for the next two months, the owner did not want to hear her reasons: "It doesn't matter, this is my way of thanking you for everything you are doing! "

In the end Mayra published on her Facebook profile a post of enormous thanks to Mercedes, the landlady with a heart of gold and an empathetic spirit: "Because you don't just have to publish unpleasant things ..
Mercedes is the owner of the apartment I rent in Bahia Blanca, Mechita Fonseca, today she did this for me, knowing that I am a nurse. Thank you for this lovely gift she has given me and I hope that there are more people like her! Today we don't see gestures more beautiful than this. "


Mercedes' actions should open our hearts to kindness and empathy, especially in moments as hard and difficult as the ones we are all experiencing ...

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