Clap for Carers: PM joins applause for healthcare workers as he continues coronavirus recovery

Derrick Santistevan

Boris Johnson has actually participated in today’s Clap for Carers event, signing up with lots of people throughout the nation as they thanked frontline healthcare workers putting their lives at danger throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

The prime minister is currently recuperating from COVID-19 at his Chequers nation home while foreign secretary Dominic Raab deputises for him.

A Downing Street spokesperson stated: “Like millions of people across the country, the prime minister joined in the clap for carers this evening, to say thank you for the incredible efforts of the country’s doctors, nurses and care workers.”

Clapping more difficult than ever tonight for our carers. You are the very best of Britain.

Likewise clapping for @captaintommoore who has actually now raised over ₤15 m for our NHS. Not just have you raised a massive quantity of money however you have actually influenced all of us.

— Carrie Symonds( @carriesymonds)April 16, 2020

It is now the 4th week because the nation began praising those dealing with COVID-19 clients in the NHS, after the concept went viral on social media at the start of the coronavirus lockdown.

Mr Johnson’s bride-to-be Carrie Symonds stated she was “clapping harder than ever tonight for our carers. You are the best of Britain”.

She likewise commemorated Captain Tom Moore, 99, who has actually raised more than ₤15 m for an NHS charity by strolling 100 laps around his garden.

Likewise participating in the Clap for Carers was Mr Raab and Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who have actually been leading the federal government’s reaction to the pandemic in the lack of the prime minister.

Dominic Raab and Rishi Sunak took part

People on their verandas, clapping for care workers

The foreign secretary had earlier revealed an extension to the UK’s lockdown conditions, that will see people remain home for a minimum of another 3 weeks.

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer likewise took to his doorstep to praise those who are working to keep people safe in the pandemic.

Sir Keir tweeted: “Every week as millions of us stand on our doorsteps to clap our carers and key workers it is an emotional moment of profound thanks to those who are keeping our country going, putting their health and lives at risk for others. #ClapForOurCarers”

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer praised care workers on Thursday night

People in Hove based on their doorsteps to praise care workers

Likewise participating were nurses and carers themselves – a lot of whom were stood outside their healthcare facilities or care centres clapping for one another.

Authorities throughout the nation lined up to put their hands together, as did Liverpool football legend Sir Kenny Dalglish who was just recently dealt with in healthcare facility for coronavirus.

The cops likewise praised their emergency situation colleagues

Nurses clapped, while likewise commemorating Captain Tom Moore

Tv speaker Holly Willoughby likewise took part and shared a breeze of a damaged wood spoon on Instagram, including the hashtags #clapforourcarers #nhs.

Another TELEVISION host Tess Daly was signed up with by partner Vernon Kay in praising workers.

She posted a photo of the couple using Tee shirts bearing the motto “thank you NHS”.

Clap for Carers has actually ended up being a weekly event, occurring every Thursday night at 8pm.

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