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Italian nurse proposes with a little help from his Covid gown

Pungente contracted Covid-19 at the start of the pandemic in March, and in recent days was vaccinated

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In , seems, love will always find a way — even in the time of .

A post has gone after a male nurse in a southern hospital proposed to his girlfriend with the big question scrawled on the back of his head-to-toe protective clothing.

In the post, which had received over 500 “likes” by Saturday, Giuseppe Pungente shared a photo of himself in a corridor of the respiratory ward of the Ostuni hospital in Puglia, his back turned to the .

“Carmeli, do you want to marry me?” was the message written on the back of Pungente’s gown, with a “Yes” and “No” underneath.

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In his ’s post, Pungente wrote that, as a nurse “in the front line in the against the virus” had recovered himself from , “I’ve developed the idea that real life is made of small and simple things….”

“Such as close , birth family and the one of the , together with you, Carmen Pinto.”

The sixteenth message below his photograph was Pinto responding “YESSSSSSSSS” followed by seven heart emojis.

Pungente contracted Covid-19 at the start of the in March, and in recent days was vaccinated, La Repubblica daily reported.

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