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A taxi-driver was surprised with a standing ovation and a lump-sum of cash from doctors at a hospital in Madrid after giving patients free rides to and from appointments amid the coronavirus pandemic, Daily Mail reported.
The unnamed good Samaritan was shocked as he walked into rounds of applause from staff at the Spanish hospital who handed him an envelope with money and a dedication inside.
In a clip shared to Twitter by the Spanish Taxi union, the driver is shown to be moved to tears by the sweet gesture, with many online saying they had the same reaction.
Doctors had rung the driver to tell him to pick up a patient at the hospital to set up the surprise, which has won the hearts of internet users all over the world.
Spain is one of the worst hit countries in the coronavirus pandemic, second only to the US.
The Mediterranean country has seen more than 20,000 deaths from COVID-19 and nearly 200,000 infections from the killer disease.
The sweet video has now been watched more than 3.2 million times, with people praising both the driver and the doctors.
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