Carol Banawa has been assigned to the frontline in the battle against the COVID-19 spread in the United States.
The former singer shared the news on Instagram last April 11, saying that she has been moved from her previous unit to another as the hospital she works for prepares to treat incoming coronavirus patients.
“New gear. Just got word that I will be floating out of my home unit starting next week to train and help out other units in the next few weeks. Preparing for the incoming surge of #COVID patients. Grateful to receive this added protection just in time. Here we go… 🙏🏻” Carol wrote.
In a separate post earlier today, April 14, Carol shared a photo of her personal stethoscope.
“Started working in the operating room straight out of nursing school. Now that I am floating back up on the floors, I guess these babies are back in business 😬” she wrote.
Carol has been living in the U.S. with her husband and two kids since she left showbiz many years back. She earned her nursing degree after finishing summa cum laude at a college in Washington, D.C. in 2018. She also became a registered nurse in the same year.
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