A Brooklyn, New York doctor honors all the front line workers with a chilling tribute of Bob Dylan's 'To Make You Feel My Love.'

Healthcare workers are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic fight and they've been there since March. With no sign of COVID slowing down, it's hard to see any light at the end of the tunnel. Dr Fatai Oluyadi knows the fighting and suffering healthcare workers have faced this year and will continue to face. "As this crazy year winds down, it’s starting to dawn on me how much suffering has occurred," Oluyadi wrote. "Especially, although not commonly talked about, the suffering of healthcare workers around the world. We know the horrors we saw and still see every day. Memories of our fallen heroes are forever engrained in our minds. We know the battle to recovery from this is still ahead. And while we all figure out our different ways of coping, I just wanted to let you know we got each other and everyone’s got us as well. I Love you and I feel your pain just as I feel mine."

Dr Oluyadi performed a beautiful tribute of Dylan's 'To Make You Feel My Love,' which was also recorded by Garth Brooks, to make all the front line workers feel the love.

The video starts by saying:

Thousands of healthcare workers in the United States and many more around the world have lost their lives while caring for COVID-19 patients.

These are our friends, our loved ones, our colleagues who despite the danger showed up every day. They put the care of others before their own.

Millions of us healthcare workers and frontline workers all around the world still show up every day.

Thank you to the healthcare community for continuing to show up and fight the fight of our lives.

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