The online choir of intensive care unit staff met for the first time in real life – almost a year after trying to reach the top of Christmas.
The team of 100 people covered every breath you take in December 2020 by the police and raised money to support the mental health of ICU staff who spent most of the year fighting the corona virus.
Gary Olsen-Porthouse, director of the Nottinghamshire Choir, said: “We did not get in the top 40, we did not really care. We created something beautiful out of an absolutely awkward situation.”
ICU Liberty Singers – which includes nurses, doctors and health professionals – see what happened when we first met in person last month.
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Video Journalist: Alex Thorpe
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