Photos: North Shore Hospital Discharges Its 1,000th Coronavirus Patient

North Shore University Hospital sent home its 1,000th coronavirus patient on Saturday, April 18.

In a clap-out ceremony North Shore University Hospital recognized its 1,000th patient discharged from the facility who had COVID-19. The patient, Young Ryu, 46, of Bayside was surrounded by a throng of doctors and nurses wishing him well.

See more photos from the celebration courtesy of North Shore University Hospital below:

In a clap-out ceremony on April 18,2020, North Shore University Hospital recognized its 1,000th patient discharged from the facility who had COVID-19. The patient, Young Ryu, 46, of Bayside was surrounded by a throng of doctors and nurses wishing him well.

 

 

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