Words are not sufficient enough to express just how grateful we are to the frontline staff who are tackling this tragic and devastating global virus. Here in the UK there are reports of Doctors and Nurses and associated medical staff who are having to work without appropriate PPE. We will never be able to thank them enough. On a daily basis they continue to put their own health, and the health of their families to one side whilst they try and help save people from dying from this virus. Paramedics, Police, Fire Brigade, Military services and of course our incredible health staff are putting themselves at risk on a daily basis, and it is not very often we stop to say thank you.
On Thursday 26th March at 8pm, up and down the country people stood on their doorsteps and clapped to show the NHS our eternal gratitude and thanks to the amazing workforce that make up this incredible national institution. I really do hope this helps to convey even in a small way just how much we appreciate our NHS staff.
I would also like to extend my gratitude to the people that are often too easily forgotten. The people who are still making it to factories up and down the country to make sure we have food to eat. The factory workers ensuring the continued production of critical safety and medical equipment. The farmers and pickers ensuring that we still have access to fresh fruit and vegetables. The drivers and logistics people ensuring that critical equipment is getting to the place it is needed as quickly as possible. The train and bus drivers who are still getting critical workers to and from work. To all the people who have volunteered their services to help those more vulnerable, whether this be on a local basis or the 750,000+ people who signed up in 24 hours to the government driven initiative. The delivery drivers delivering our food orders. And of course the companies volunteering their services and collaborating to help our country overcome this crisis. I am sure there are more people continuing to put their own health at risk because the job that they do really matters.
So I would like to say a huge thank you to all of the incredible people who are helping during this national crisis. Please do share this message if you feel the same way.
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