Thank You to All Healthcare Workers During COVID-19!
It isn’t news to anyone that we’re living in a global pandemic. And healthcare workers worldwide are on the front lines of this battle against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
It’s a scary and uncertain time for everyone. But all of us at Working Against Gravity felt that these healthcare workers deserve a bit of special recognition.
That’s the purpose of today’s blog – to sincerely thank all healthcare workers for putting themselves in the path of this virus during this unprecedented crisis.
Your dedication, commitment, and courage deserve our deepest gratitude and admiration. Your service to patients is saving countless lives and making a massive positive impact.
So, to all the doctors, nurses, technicians, transporters, EMTs, pharmacists, and everyone who supports patient care – thank you!
Thank you for the sacrifices you make every day but especially during this pandemic. You have truly risen to the occasion!
The image you see above is comprised of real Working Against Gravity members who have been working on the front lines of COVID-19. Not only are these individuals working hard every day at their jobs – but they’re also ensuring their own health and wellbeing remain a priority by continuing to be members of WAG.
As we all know, it’s not easy to keep up healthy habits when work demands are intense and stress is high, but these WAG members are doing it! We’re so proud of their hard work!
So, to everyone on the front lines of COVID-19 – thank you. We are deeply grateful for your service. And thank you for letting all of us at WAG continue to help you make your health a priority, too!
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