Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.“Here Comes The Sun” never sounded so good.The heartwarming song from The Beatles is taking on a whole new life in one hospital just outside New York City, where it is being used to celebrate patients who have overcome the coronavirus.Whenever a COVID-19 patient is either discharged from the hospital or has their intubation removed, the chart-topping tune is triggered to play throughout Northern Westchester Hospital.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE“It’s a feel-good moment for all of us and brings us all together, as well as celebrating that patient,” Carley Dowd, the nurse manager of the Mixed Medical Oncology Unit, told Fox News.Dowd, who oversees some 50 nurses and techs, said she was inspired to create this new tradition on the night of March 28, after what she described as a particularly tough day.“I left work that day kind of feeling a little uneasy,” Dowd said. “We were, you know, on our increase of getting a lot more patients and we’re seeing a lot of things we haven’t seen before, very sick patients. And staff are emotional, which makes you emotional, too. So it was

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