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People from all across the UK were encouraged to spread the word to join in and support NHS Staff by applauding (yesterday) at 8pm on 26th March 2020. – The Clap For Our Carers Campaign is a way to say thank you to NHS Staff, they are key workers who work extremely hard and tirelessly risking their own lives helping others each day, and it’s testing time through this Coronavirus pandemic.
The Clap For Our Carer Campaign was at 8PM on 26th March 2020
In a dedication to all NHS Staff and frontline staff, many people across the UK including my family and I joined in unison cheering, clapping, holding signs up and letting off fireworks to send messages of support to our NHS Staff workers at 8pm, it felt like an enlightening and endearing movement, with people on their doorsteps at a safe social distancing space, or leaned out their windows all rooting for the same cause in support of NHS Staff, just to make them feel appreciated.
Police Officers, Fireman and Emergency Workers all showed their support and it has been expressed that this should become a weekly event, at least whilst we’re all in quarantine and on lockdown.
The Clap For Carers Campaign started online they say it was held because: “During these unprecedented times, NHS Staff need to know that we are grateful” and the #lightitblue campaign also thanks all the hardworking healthcare services.
There has been events similar to the UK which have already taken place in other countries, Spain, France and the Netherlands.
UK COVID-19 Update And What To Do If You Think You Have It
It’s saddening to hear that many people from all over the world are still dying from Coronavirus, at present the government has confirmed that 584 people in the UK has died, and there is now almost 12,000 people who are confirmed as having the Coronavirus. (you check the updates and statistics weekly online)
If you think that you might have the Coronavirus stay at home and call NHS 111 or NHS Direct on 0845 46 47 for advice, you are advised to self-isolate for seven days.
Keep Safe And Stay Blessed. – #ClapForOurCarers #ClapForNHS