Thank you coronavirus helpers doodle and how to do it.

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Thank you coronavirus helpers is a way to thank, all the people that helped us during the global pandemic.

This is to appreciate what they’ve done for us and to make them feel special.

Join the movement to thank all the people – the grocery store workers, truck drivers, first responders, health care workers and more – who are making sacrifices to support the COVID-19 coronavirus fight.

Proudly express your appreciation by downloading, printing and displaying the “Thank you to the helpers” sign below in the window of your home, business or vehicle.

Once you’ve displayed the sign, encourage others to participate by taking a photo of it and sharing the image on social media with the #helpershashtag. Be sure to tag @tidelandshealth on Facebook and Twitter.

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As the beloved television personality Mister Rogers famously said, “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’”

In these challenging times, the helpers are everywhere. They are the first responders, farmers, mail carriers, grocery store employees, pharmacists, factory workers, health care workers, delivery drivers, civil service employees, journalists – anyone working to keep us safe, healthy, informed and as close to our normal lives as possible.

Thank you coronavirus helpers
Thank you coronavirus helpers

Together, let’s demonstrate our appreciation and let the helpers know how much we value their service and commitment.

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