Hunts Post Heroes: We pay tribute to those on the coronavirus frontline
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The Hunts Post says ‘thank you’ to the doctors, nurses, carers, shop assistants and key staff who are working during the coronavirus pandemic.
This is week one of our Hunts Post Heroes. We want to pay tribute to the selfless individuals out there who are facing the coronaviurs head-on.
The doctors, the nurses, the social care staff, the bin men, the teachers and the shop assistants who are putting themselves at risk to ensure the rest of us can stay at home and be safe.
We can’t imagine how difficult that is, especially for those with children, elderly relatives and family members who rely on them.
We want to recognise their actions and say thank you.
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All of these photos have been provided. If you are a key worker or you would like to nominate someone, send a head and shoulders photograph to Editor Debbie Davies via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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