Herein thank the she doctors, nurses, midwives and all others who are performing the jobs in health care for their work.
‘I would like to thank all who work in the health service, for your unselfish commitment and diligence, while you assume vital roles to protect and improve the health and well-being of the citizens in the british commonwealth and the world over,’ writes the Queen Elizabeth, among other things.
the Thanks are issued in connection with World health day, marked every year on 7. april, but seems more topical than ever before due to the ongoing corona-crisis.
A crisis, as queen Elizabeth, of course, also mention in the message.
‘In hard times we see how the best in the human spirit comes to the fore,’ notes the 93-year-old queen, and add:
‘Countless nurses, midwives and other health care personnel’s dedication to their subjects in these most challenging times sets an example for all of us.’
Queen Elizabeth ends the communication by sending ‘sustained appreciation’ and ‘warm greetings’ from himself and his family.
The british queen’s greeting to the health professionals the world over comes just days after she Sunday delivered a historic speech to the british people, in which she urged the population to work together to fight coronavirussen.
the Speech, which was broadcast on television, it marked just the fifth time that Queen Elizabeth spoke to the people in a national crisis, and was seen by more than 23 million people.
“It reminds me of the very first speech in the tv, which I held in 1940 with the help of my sister. We – as children – spoke here from Windsor to the children who had been evacuated from their homes and sent away for their own safety,” said the queen, among other things in the speech and made it clear that the pandemic has brought memories back from the war years.
“today, many will once again feel the pain of being separated from their loved ones. But now, just as then, we know deep down that it is the right thing to do.”