Dallas nurse Nina Pham, the first U.S. health care worker diagnosed with Ebola, is seen talking and sitting up in her hospital bed in a short video released Thursday before she was transferred to a federal facility in Maryland.

Before being transferred to Maryland, her doctor, Dr. Gary Weinstein, said goodbye and recorded their interaction. Now, this clip has gone viral with over 2 million hits!

“Come to Maryland, everybody!” patient Nina Pham told Dr. Gary Weinstein and another health care worker treating her in the video, both of them wearing full protective suits, as the three of them became emotional. “I love you guys,” she said.
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“I’m so thankful for the outpouring of love and support from friends and family, my coworkers and complete strangers. I feel very blessed, and have gained strength from their support. I appreciate everything that my coworkers have done to care for me at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. I’m doing really well thanks to this team, which is the best in the world. I believe in my talented coworkers. I am #presbyproud!” Pham said in a statement Thursday.