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People across Ross-shire invited to join in nationwide applause to honour NHS staff during coronavirus crisis


By Staff Reporter


People across the UK are being asked to join in a round of applause to support NHS staff.
People across the UK are being asked to join in a round of applause to support NHS staff.

People across Ross-shire are being invited to join in a UK-wide round of applause tonight to honour NHS staff working hard through the coronavirus outbreak.

We're all used to vital 'wash hands' message put out to help protect ourselves, our loved ones and others from the virus.

Now we're being asked to show our appreciation for the staff at the frontline of the biggest battle the health service has faced in living memory.

The Clap for our Carers campaign is asking for as many people as possible to clap their hands together at 8pm to thank all doctors, nurses, carers, GPs, pharmacists and other NHS staff.

People can take part in the national salute from their gardens, front doors and balconies to show their support.

High-profile figures who have pledged their support to Clap for our Carers include Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, TV presenters Chris Moyles and Kate Garraway, David and Victoria Beckham and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas.

Organisers of the campaign which started online say during these unprecedented times NHS staff need to know the public is grateful.

Citizens on lockdown in Spain and Italy have already held similar displays of thanks for medical staff, applauding and cheering from balconies and windows.

If you are going to be joining in, send your videos and photos to newsdesk@hnmedia.co.uk We'd love to hear from you.



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