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Edward Graham announces that Samaritan’s Purse is rushing an Emergency Field Hospital to New York City to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Pray for our medical team as they serve on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak and share the hope found only in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We praise God that He is using our Emergency Field Hospital in Cremona, Italy, to answer the prayers of many people there who are suffering from or know someone who is suffering from coronavirus. Please continue to pray for those stricken with COVID-19 and for the protection of our staff as they serve on the frontlines of the virus in Jesus’ Name.
The Samaritan’s Purse Emergency Field Hospital in Cremona, Italy, is now receiving critically ill patients stricken with coronavirus. Please pray for those suffering from COVID-19 and that God will give wisdom and discernment to our staff as they care for them in Jesus’ Name.
After tornadoes ripped through their Middle Tennessee neighborhood, Keith and Alaina Schwartz, owners of Caliber Coffee, stepped up their Shot of Grace program that allows individuals to provide free cups of coffee to hurting homeowners and to Samaritan’s Purse volunteers helping with relief efforts.
The Emergency Field Hospital in Cremona, Italy, erected by Samaritan’s Purse to treat victims of the coronavirus is now open and taking patients. Local dignitaries were on hand to dedicate the facility to the community and to God. One official said the hospital is “our first bright light in our dark sky.”
Samaritan’s Purse is on the ground in Cremona, Italy, setting up an Emergency Field Hospital to encourage and support the local health facility that is overwhelmed with patients suffering from coronavirus. Please pray for those stricken with COVID-19 and for our medical team as they serve in Jesus’ Name.
Franklin Graham asks for prayers and support for our 32-member Samaritan’s Purse disaster assistance response team in northern Italy as they battle the coronavirus and share the hope found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our DC-8 left Tuesday morning with a 68-bed Emergency Field Hospital and over 20 tons of medical supplies. Pray also for those who have lost loved ones and for those stricken with the virus.
Edward Graham announces that Samaritan’s Purse has airlifted a 68-bed Emergency Field Hospital and over 20 tons of medical equipment to northern Italy to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. The facility will be staffed by 32 of our disaster relief personnel, including doctors, nurses, and respiratory specialists. Please pray for those suffering from the virus and for our team as they serve in Jesus’ Name.