UK Medical Staff Join Medics around World in Asking Public to Be Responsible & Not Go Out Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Frontline medics took to social media a plea for cooperation from the public to stay home amid the virus as they work to control the spread of the coronavirus.

In the past days, people from all over the world showed support and gratitude to the frontline workers, including those in hospitals, in their bid to cure those who are infected by the deadly virus.

Recently, some nurses took to social media a post that urges the public to stay at home to stop spreading the disease.

A PLEA FOR HELP

Two nurses in surgical gowns were featured in the TikTok video, asking the public to be responsible and stay home. The paper signs that they held up read:

"We also family but can't stay home. We are not on vacation. Be responsible. Stay home because I can't. Wash your hands! We are exposed to everything for you."

Queen Elizabeth also urged the public to be one and stay in touch in different ways apart from face-to-face contact. 

The initiative came as many revelers continued to drink in establishments packed with people on St. Patrick's Day.

Other nurses also posted on social media photos, asking people to stay home. The signs they held up read:

"I stayed at work for you. You stay at home for us."

Many people thanked the medical workers for their effort to save lives through the comments section. While others assured them to stay home, some applauded them using the emoji.

LACK OF NURSES

Thousands of retired medics have been asked to return to the NHS amid the coronavirus outbreak. Those in the medical field who have left in recent years were also asked to return to Scotland.

Screenshots of comments on Instagram. | Source: Instagram.com/DailyMail

Screenshots of comments on Instagram. | Source: Instagram.com/DailyMail

The government promised to have enough ventilators and equipment to protect frontline workers who are to return to work.

Several companies are on the brink of a possible collapse, leaving thousands of employees without jobs. Thousands have been affected by the pandemic, with Italy leading with the number of infections. 

Screenshots of comments on Instagram. | Source: Instagram.com/DailyMail

Screenshots of comments on Instagram. | Source: Instagram.com/DailyMail

QUEEN ELIZABETH ADDRESSES THE UK

The British Monarch spoke out about the coronavirus pandemic through Instagram, praising those who worked to curb the spread and solve the problem.

Queen Elizabeth also urged the public to be one and stay in touch in different ways apart from face-to-face contact. 

The post came shortly after Boris Johnson's spokesman announced that the capital was not placed on lockdown, nor have people been banned from traveling to and from London.

There has been no decision made known to the public regarding the Easter Sunday plans of the royals, which has been part of the tradition for years.

We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!

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