How one lonely clapper in Vancouver's West End sparked the 7 p.m. health-care workers salute - News Summed Up

How one lonely clapper in Vancouver's West End sparked the 7 p.m. health-care workers salute


The first night Rory Richards applauded health-care workers from her Vancouver apartment window, some of her neighbours actually shut theirs. 'I thought it would be a great place to get the ball rolling,' said Richards about Vancouver's West End neighbourhood, which is near one of the city's major hospitals. Residents of the West End now not only come out in droves to show their gratitude for health-care workers with riotous enthusiasm, but the movement has grown across the province. A family shows its support for those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic from their home in the West End on March 25. Residents in Vancouver's West End applauded health-care workers from their windows Friday evening to recognize their efforts battling #COVID19.


Source: CBC News March 30, 2020 22:07 UTC



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