United Hatzalah EMTs went beyond the call of duty when they entertained Holocaust survivors with festive music and dancing on Purim eve.
United Hatzalah ambulance teams share some Purim joy with Holocaust survivors who were on their way to receive their Coronavirus vaccines in Jerusalem.
On Thursday – ahead of the festive Purim holiday – emergency responders from United Hatzalah, a volunteer-based emergency medical services organization based in Jerusalem, not only took Holocaust survivors to be vaccinated against COVID-19, but also shared the holiday joy.
Watch as these elderly survivors smile and clap to the music.
UH ambulance teams bring some Purim joy to Holocaust survivors in Jerusalem who are on the way to receive their vaccines today. pic.twitter.com/FDJIUV0tQn
— United Hatzalah (@UnitedHatzalah) February 25, 2021
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