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nursing-staff-clap-as-their-colleagues-look-out-from-a-window-at-the-queen-elizabeth-university-hospital-in-glasgow-as-they-join-in-the-applause-to-salute-local-heroes-during-thursdays-nationwide-clap-for-carers-to-recognise-and-support-nhs-workers-and-carers-fighting-the-coronavirus-pandemic-2BJWECD.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xTo mixed reaction, Annemarie Plas says gesture honouring frontline workers will restart on Thursday

The originator of the weekly “clap for carers”, honouring NHS and other healthcare staff for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic, has announced it is to resume on Thursday.

The original clap started as the UK went into its first lockdown in March last year and ran for 10 weeks, taking place every Thursday at 8pm.


The Guardian



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