Illinois Hospital Plants Flowers To Represent COVID-19 Patients
Edward Hospital in Naperville, Illinois is using a flower with a very special meaning to represents inpatients that were treated and released for COVID-19. Not only is it significant to show the recovery rates of this pandemic but it also looks great too.
The frontline heroes at Edwards are planting daffodils outside of the hospital, each represents their COVID-19 patients. The daffodils are near signs that read, "a flower for every COVID-19 discharged and healing at home."
Edward Hospital's Facebook post explains why this is an important message for its local community.
The daffodils will provide an uplifting representation of those who are winning the fight against this deadly virus.
This would look great outside each hospital of hospitals along the state line.