The “Clap for our Carers” tribute is a weekly event that encourages everyone in the UK to applaud the NHS and all key workers from their doorsteps, windows or balconies. The nation comes together at 8pm every Thursday to show their appreciation for our frontline healthcare heroes, emergency and armed services, delivery drivers, shop workers, teachers, waste collectors, public transport staff, manufacturers, postal workers, cleaners, vets, engineers and all key workers who are all helping to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
For those doctors at work during the #clapforourcarers, it is a moment to come to together to cheer with your team. Dr Kiran Rahim shares her experience of celebrating with the paediatric team at Homerton Hospital:
For more on how doctors are rallying together during this time, check out our other articles, reflections, and video blogs on the Coronavirus Doctor Diaries.
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