At the start of the clip Delta shares, "I wanted to thank all the nurses, the angels at St Vincent's Private and Public [Hospitals] I am so grateful for everything you do. When people are in vulnerable states they look to you and you are the absolute angels of this earth and heroes."
Delta knows all too well the importance of supporting healthcare workers. The singer was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2003 and was treated at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre located at Sydney's St Vincent's Hospital.
"I remember that when I was first told I had cancer, my body went into shock and I shook uncontrollably for the next 24 hours," Goodrem told WHO, marking fifteen years since the diagnosis. "It was as if a bomb has gone off and you have to put all the pieces back together."
"My body had just gone through a battle and it hurt. It took a much longer time to get back to the 'you can take on the world' feeling," she added.
This is also not the first time Goodrem has performed the powerful ballad to honour healthcare workers. In collaboration with Lady Gaga, Global Citizen, the World Health Organisation and more than 70 of the world's most talented artists, the Australian singer performed Together We Are One as part of the virtual event, One World: Together At Home.