In a video published on Thursday, 26, the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton participated in a tribute To the health professionals from UK. In the publication the princes George, Charlotte and Louis applauded those involved in combating the new coronavirus.
“For all doctors, nurses, caregivers, general practitioners, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff,” says the post on William and Kate’s account. The NHS is the UK’s public health service, equivalent to the Unified Health System (SUS).
The publication was a way of thanking these professionals for “working tirelessly” to help those affected by the new coronavirus in the country. As of March 24, the UK has recorded more than 6,000 cases of the disease and more than 300 deaths.
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The princes’ action took place on the same day as the “Clap for our Carers” initiative (Applause for our caregivers), which was held this evening, 26. As a tribute to health professionals, several people appeared at the windows and balconies of their and applauded those involved in combating covid-19.
On Wednesday, 25, it was announced that Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, William’s father and grandfather of the children, was diagnosed with covid-19. Buckingham Palace officials said he was isolated in a Scottish residence.
* Intern under supervision of Charlise Morais
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