It shouldn't take a global event to realise whats important and whats not, running down to the shops to stockpile toilet roll isnt the best survival technique ! But what does happen is that what people have taken for granted for so long become very important. My wife is a chemist and works for boots, for the past 6 months she has been dispensing medicine and facing all the sick and ill, maybee some with Corona maybee not but all with concerns and worries, her job similar to those who work in care homes are taken for granted by both the users and the government. Many times the front line workers get abuse from those they are trying to help and many times employers don't support either with zero hour contracts and poor working conditions. Given that the majority of these workers in healthcare and social care are women, we should all take the time to show our support. My wife is also a mother who will have her own worries about our children and family, I will do as much as I can to support her as I both love her and understand the importance of the work she does. When you go to the chemist, care home or even just the local doctor's understand that these people have families and there own concerns, but are still at work so that you can get the support you need.
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