Sports fixtures have been postponed, concerts cancelled, cafes, restaurants, community centres, and churches and more have been closed. If so, we'd love to see how you've got involved. And although we might be alone, we're doing this, together - to help protect the lives of everyone.
And yet throughout all of this, there are key groups of people whose lives aren't on pause; people who are busier than ever. One of those groups are the men and women of the NHS who are working tirelessly to try and protect us, the Great British public.
Thank you so much, NHS. Which is why, this Thursday, we're coming together, for them.
People around the United Kingdom are being encouraged to take part in a huge round of applause at 8pm tonight (Thursday, March 26) to show appreciation for our hard working NHS battling the coronavirus outbreak.
People can clap from their gardens, living rooms, front door steps and balconies to show their support for frontline NHS staff working hard during the coronavirus outbreak.
Show your support on social media by using #ThankYouNHS and #ClapForOurCarers.
Radio X presenter Moyles rallied his listeners to "make some noise for the thousands and thousands of people (in the NHS) that we'll probably never meet, just to say "thank you" for everything they are doing for us" with a powerful message.
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