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Clap for our Carers: Police clap for NHS outside of hospitals across the UK

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Clap for our carers police clap for NHS outside of hospitals across the UK.

NHS Staff believed a major incident was happening outside of their hospital when across the UK police units descended on hospitals in a show of support of NHS workers on the frontline.

Cleveland Police turned up to the emergency service entrance of both James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and Hartlepool and North Tees Hospital in Stockton.

Northumbria Police attended Cramlington Hospital near Newcastle pulling up outside in the car park and sounding their sirens in police cars and vans.

Officers took part in the clap for our carers tribute to show support and praise for NHS workers working in such difficult times.

Police officers flashed their sirens and stood outside a London hospital to take part in an “emotional” Clap for our Carers tribute.

They joined the nation at 8pm as everyone stood on their own door steps and clapped the NHS, Careers and Key Workers.

What is clap for carers and clap for the NHS?

Every Thursday night the public are invited to clap the NHS, Carers and Key workers across the UK.

In a public demonstration of support and celebration healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic on the frontline.

With the purpose of lifting morale and showing we really do support our NHS.

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