World Healthcare Providers and Public Service Workers – Risking Their Lives for You and Me! Let’s Appreciate Their Efforts
During this ongoing coronavirus pandemic, our brave healthcare providers and public service workers are pu8ng themselves on the front lines daily, facing the threat and ba;ling it with limited sources at hand to give YOU and me a chance to live.
It’s the same story in every country affected by this invisible enemy. While we’re comfortably holed up in our home, complaining about the boredom of isolaAon, our healthcare providers and public service workers are risking their lives each day, leaving their loved ones behind for YOU!
The hospitals are crowded.
The pain and fa8gue on our healthcare providers and public service workers is very real.
They leave the comfort of their homes, and their only request is that you stay home, so they too can get a chance to live.
They are the ones, staring at the grim reality and pleading us to do our part to fla;en curve.
Our world healthcare providers are saving lives in hospitals. You can save lives by staying home.
Tell them you see and hear of their efforts.
Let them know their efforts will not go unrecognized, but go down in history as demonstra8ons of great courage.
What Can You Do to Appreciate Their Efforts?
Do you know what the best way is to appreciate the efforts of our world healthcare providers and public service workers?
Staying home and praying for their well-being.
The more people take measures to isolate themselves from the world outside, the faster this pandemic will get over. Health providers and public service workers across the globe are succumbing to the virus because sections of the public refuse to stay at home.
They’re releasing pictures, showing the scars leI on their face from wearing masks all day long and their eyes, communicating the fatigue, stress, and pain of treating patients and seeing some of them leave this world forever.
They’re releasing videos, telling us about their hectic day, but not once are they complaining about their job. The only complaint they have with us is – why aren’t we staying home? Each video that comes out features a healthcare worker explaining the benefits of staying home and taking precautions, so that you don’t become infected with this new virus.
They don’t want you to walk into the hospital alone, isolated from your loved ones for 14 days. isolation in your home, surrounded by your loved ones is better than being isolated with no familiar face.
If you really want to appreciate them, you will stay home and encourage others to do the same.
At this time, the biggest form of appreciation for them will be for you to stay indoors.
- Tell them you’re praying for them.
- Tell them you’re thankful.
- Tell them you hear and see them.
Tell them you’re doing your part and encouraging others to do the same.
Tell them you’re at home and that they’re always on your mind and in your prayers.
Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction – Timothy 4:2