NHS ‘heroes’ should not have to risk their lives to treat coronavirus patients

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At 8pm every Thursday, people across Britain are clapping, cheering, and banging pots and pans to demonstrate their support for essential workers, especially those in healthcare, toiling through the pandemic. Public buildings around the country are lit up in “NHS blue” and the hashtag #NHSHeroes is trending on social media. The use of the word “heroes” to describe doctors and nurses has become commonplace in news reports about COVID-19.

02/11/23

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  • TeitlNHS ‘heroes’ should not have to risk their lives to treat coronavirus patients
    Graddau amlygrwyddCenedlaethol
    Enw cyfrwng / allfaThe Conversation
    Math y cyfrwngGwe
    Gwlad/TiriogaethTeyrnas Unedig Prydain Fawr a Gogledd Iwerddon
    Dyddiad cyhoeddi20 Ebr 2020
    DisgrifiadAt 8pm every Thursday, people across Britain are clapping, cheering, and banging pots and pans to demonstrate their support for essential workers, especially those in healthcare, toiling through the pandemic. Public buildings around the country are lit up in “NHS blue” and the hashtag #NHSHeroes is trending on social media. The use of the word “heroes” to describe doctors and nurses has become commonplace in news reports about COVID-19.
    URLhttps://theconversation.com/nhs-heroes-should-not-have-to-risk-their-lives-to-treat-coronavirus-patients-136443
    UnigolionJenny Mathers, Veronica Kitchen