The novel Coronavirus pandemic has put the human life to a halt. All over the world, people are self isolating themselves in their homes, while doctors and medical workers are putting their best efforts to treat the patients to fight out the virus outbreak that has spread all over the world. Meanwhile, former football icon David Beckham has come forward to convey a thankful message to the healthcare personnel, who are putting their life on the line to curb the further spread of the virus.
On his official Instagram account yesterday, David Beckham shared a video, where he is seen along with his three children Romeo, Cruz and Harper Seven, clapping along as a thankful gesture to the tireless medical workers of the National Health Service (NHS).
Along with the hashtag ‘#ClapForOurCarers’, the clip was captioned with the following: “Happy to be able to come together with the whole country to thank the brave healthcare workers and our brilliant NHS working tirelessly in the fight against COVID-9♥️ #ClapForOurCarers @victoriabeckham @romeobeckham @cruzbeckham #HarperSeven”
Check out the video here-
Victoria Beckham, who recorded the clip, could be heard saying in the background: “Us Beckhams are all clapping to show our thanks to all the people who are working so hard for the NHS, all the doctors and all the nurses keeping us safe.”
The former England international then concluded by adding “Especially away from your families, we are so so proud of you guys, thank you so much.”
The clip received numerous appraisals from the fans, and soon after, many fellow footballers, clubs and thousands of citizens also took it to social media to join the ‘Clap for Carers’ tribute.
Premier League toppers Liverpool paid tribute to the NHS staffs through a ‘Thank You’ post on Twitter.
Heroes. Every single one of you.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 26, 2020
Last week, Wembley Stadium also paid tribute to the NHS workers and staffs, lighting up the arch blue, along with a message that read ‘Thank You NHS.’
To all of our NHS & front-line staff working tirelessly through this challenging time, Wembley Stadium and its partners thank you.
— Wembley Stadium (@wembleystadium) March 19, 2020
UK has seen more than 11,000 positive Coronavirus cases till date, and 578 patients have died from the virus.
All football activities, from the English Premier League to the FA cup and lower division leagues have all been suspended till the end of April.