United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson called for 250,000 volunteers to help deliver groceries and medicine to the most vulnerable citizens who have been ordered to self-isolate. Within 24 hours, more than 400,000 people had signed up. That number soon rose to more than half a million, according to the BBC – larger than Britain’s armed forces, which currently stand at just over 192,000.
Under the National Health Service volunteer plan, healthcare professionals and some charities will be able to request help for their at-risk patients, who will then be matched with volunteers who live near them.
Any adults who are fit and healthy can apply to help deliver medicine from pharmacies, drive patients to appointments, or make regular phone calls to check on people.
About 11,000 former medics also agreed to return to the health service, while more than 24,000 final-year student nurses and medics will also aid the health system.
Caution of Coronavirus (To be followed 100%)
Observe Lock-Down instructions issued by Government
Remember” No one is a Superhero”, Take care of yourself
Wash your hands frequently
Wear the mask, whenever you go out
Maintain social distancing
Work from Home
Better to do testing by Authorised Labs
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Doubt is an uncomfortable condition, but certainty is a ridiculous one. Voltaire
Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree. -Martin Luther
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