Jennifer Aniston shocks optimistic coronavirus nurse with $10 G gift card
Reported By 04 Apr 2020
American actress Jennifer Aniston used her celebrity influence Thursday to brighten up the day of a frontline coronavirus worker who tested the virus positively. The 51-year-old actor appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live as a surprise guest according to Fox News! 'Run, to shock Utah cardiovascular nurse who contracted the novel virus.
Called Kimball Fairbanks, Kimmel invited the nurse to the show with a live video call. The nurse, who is a mother of two, said she had started feeling ill a few days after working a shift last week at her hospital.Fairbanks said, "I feel like I've been struck by a truck, but I guess I've got pretty mild symptoms. I feel like I've got a cold head in tandem with flu. It sounds decently manageable so it's nice." Kimmel told Fairbanks that she was going to have a treat to cheer her up. Seconds later, Aniston turned up from her home on the phone.
The star of 'Murder Mystery' said, "Hey, baby, it's so nice to meet you. I just have to say, God bless you for those of you who are out there doing what you're doing. I just don't really know how to show my thanks of all that you guys are doing, putting your safety at risk and all that. You're amazing."In which Kimball, who was in a shock state with a wide grin on her face and hand on her throat, responded, "Oh it's so nice to meet you. I really appreciate that." Aniston asked Fairbanks how she felt. To which she responded, "I woke up today and determined that I will no longer be sick." Fairbanks explained that she had been furloughed from work at the hospital because of her positive test result. She is currently in quarantine and can not be close to her relatives for two weeks, including her 4-year-old and 18-month-old children. Kimmel, the show host, told her if she was able to cook food for herself and the nurse said she had requested delivery in the primary.