Boris Johnson leads one minute tribute to health service staff and key workers killed by coronavirus

Boris Johnson leads one minute tribute to health service staff and key workers killed by coronavirus
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  • calendar-gray 28 April 2020

Key workers who have lost their lives in the coronavirus pandemic were remembered today in a UK-wide silence, APA reports citing Daily Mail. 

People across Britain paused for a minute at 11am in sombre tribute to the sacrifice made by those on the front line, in roles ranging from doctors and nurses to carers, cleaners, porters and bus drivers.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has just returned to work after recovering from Covid-19, joined the silence, which the Unison union, the Royal College of Midwives and the Royal of College of Nursing had campaigned for.

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