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Coronavirus UK: Clap for NHS Carers reaches fourth week

Millions of Brits up and down the country have taken to their doorsteps for the fourth week running to say thank you to frontline staff amid the

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Millions of Brits up and down the country have taken to their doorsteps for the fourth week running to say thank you to frontline staff amid the coronavirus outbreak.

People have once again been showing their appreciation for key workers including supermarket staff, the emergency services and teachers.  

Manchester United Football Club joined the latest round of celebrations by lighting up Old Trafford in blue and spelling out ‘NHS United’ on their club sign in tribute to NHS workers across the UK. 

It comes after the death toll among NHS staff reached 45.

A No10 spokesman said: ‘Like millions of people across the country, the Prime Minister joined in the clap for carers this evening, to say thank you for the incredible efforts of the country’s doctors, nurses and care workers.’ 

The scene outside Leeds General Infirmary as members of the emergency services salute local heroes during Thursday's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

The scene outside Leeds General Infirmary as members of the emergency services salute local heroes during Thursday's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

The scene outside Leeds General Infirmary as members of the emergency services salute local heroes during Thursday’s nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Millions of Brits up and down the country have taken to their doorsteps for the fourth week running to say thank you to frontline staff amid the coronavirus outbreak. Pictured: Alfie, Henry and Bobby

Millions of Brits up and down the country have taken to their doorsteps for the fourth week running to say thank you to frontline staff amid the coronavirus outbreak. Pictured: Alfie, Henry and Bobby

Millions of Brits up and down the country have taken to their doorsteps for the fourth week running to say thank you to frontline staff amid the coronavirus outbreak. Pictured: Alfie, Henry and Bobby

One woman is seen with a thank you NHS banner outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

One woman is seen with a thank you NHS banner outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

One woman is seen with a thank you NHS banner outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

NHS workers outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital earlier this evening during the Clap for our Carers campaign

NHS workers outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital earlier this evening during the Clap for our Carers campaign

NHS workers outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital earlier this evening during the Clap for our Carers campaign

NHS workers with a mascot outside Watford Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign in support of the NHS as they continue to help in the battle against coronavirus

NHS workers with a mascot outside Watford Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign in support of the NHS as they continue to help in the battle against coronavirus

NHS workers with a mascot outside Watford Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign in support of the NHS as they continue to help in the battle against coronavirus

NHS staff in good spirits outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign

NHS staff in good spirits outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign

NHS staff in good spirits outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign

People stand in the street near to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, to salute frontline heroes

People stand in the street near to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, to salute frontline heroes

People stand in the street near to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, to salute frontline heroes

Residents in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, take to their doorsteps to make noise during the Clap for Carers nationwide incentive

Residents in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, take to their doorsteps to make noise during the Clap for Carers nationwide incentive

Residents in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, take to their doorsteps to make noise during the Clap for Carers nationwide incentive

Firefighters take a picture in front of a Thank You NHS banner during the Clap for our Carers campaign in London

Firefighters take a picture in front of a Thank You NHS banner during the Clap for our Carers campaign in London

Firefighters take a picture in front of a Thank You NHS banner during the Clap for our Carers campaign in London

Thomas Black, four, from Market Hill in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, bangs a Lambeg drum to salute local heroes during Thursday's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Thomas Black, four, from Market Hill in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, bangs a Lambeg drum to salute local heroes during Thursday's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Thomas Black, four, from Market Hill in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, bangs a Lambeg drum to salute local heroes during Thursday’s nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Residents in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, joined in the Clap for Carers earlier this evening

Residents in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, joined in the Clap for Carers earlier this evening

Residents in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, joined in the Clap for Carers earlier this evening

Staff react to people applauding at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne during this evening's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Staff react to people applauding at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne during this evening's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Staff react to people applauding at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne during this evening’s nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) and Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak (right) take part in a national "clap for carers" to show thanks for the work of frontline staff

Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) and Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak (right) take part in a national "clap for carers" to show thanks for the work of frontline staff

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) and Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak (right) take part in a national ‘clap for carers’ to show thanks for the work of frontline staff

NHS worker holds a Thank You message to super fundraiser Captain Tom Moore outside the Aintree University Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign earlier this evening

NHS worker holds a Thank You message to super fundraiser Captain Tom Moore outside the Aintree University Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign earlier this evening

NHS worker holds a Thank You message to super fundraiser Captain Tom Moore outside the Aintree University Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign earlier this evening

Residents of the Trellick Tower in west London take part in Clap For Our Carers by applauding NHS workers, carers and key workers from their windows, balconies and doorsteps

Residents of the Trellick Tower in west London take part in Clap For Our Carers by applauding NHS workers, carers and key workers from their windows, balconies and doorsteps

Residents of the Trellick Tower in west London take part in Clap For Our Carers by applauding NHS workers, carers and key workers from their windows, balconies and doorsteps

Members of the public in Haringey, north London, took to their doorsteps to applaud NHS staff, carers and key workers

Members of the public in Haringey, north London, took to their doorsteps to applaud NHS staff, carers and key workers

Members of the public in Haringey, north London, took to their doorsteps to applaud NHS staff, carers and key workers

Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer and wife Victoria joined the nationwide celebration from his home in North London earlier this evening

Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer and wife Victoria joined the nationwide celebration from his home in North London earlier this evening

Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer and wife Victoria joined the nationwide celebration from his home in North London earlier this evening

Key workers donned face masks outside Watford Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign earlier today in support of frontline staff

Key workers donned face masks outside Watford Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign earlier today in support of frontline staff

Key workers donned face masks outside Watford Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign earlier today in support of frontline staff

Staff at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester join in the applause to salute frontline heroes during Thursday's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Staff at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester join in the applause to salute frontline heroes during Thursday's nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

Staff at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester join in the applause to salute frontline heroes during Thursday’s nationwide Clap for Carers initiative

A man plays violin at 8pm in tribute to NHS staff outside his house in the Georgian Quarter, Liverpool city centre this evening

A man plays violin at 8pm in tribute to NHS staff outside his house in the Georgian Quarter, Liverpool city centre this evening

A man plays violin at 8pm in tribute to NHS staff outside his house in the Georgian Quarter, Liverpool city centre this evening

Nurses outside the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire salute local heroes with a banner during Thursday's nationwide appreciation

Nurses outside the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire salute local heroes with a banner during Thursday's nationwide appreciation

Nurses outside the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire salute local heroes with a banner during Thursday’s nationwide appreciation

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon shows her appreciation during the weekly tribute thanks to NHS and key workers throughout the coronavirus outbreak

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon shows her appreciation during the weekly tribute thanks to NHS and key workers throughout the coronavirus outbreak

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon shows her appreciation during the weekly tribute thanks to NHS and key workers throughout the coronavirus outbreak

Soldiers from the Foot Guards of the Household Division clap for the key workers at the Wellington Barracks in Westminster, London

Soldiers from the Foot Guards of the Household Division clap for the key workers at the Wellington Barracks in Westminster, London

Soldiers from the Foot Guards of the Household Division clap for the key workers at the Wellington Barracks in Westminster, London

One family in London took saucepans and wooden spoons out into the street to make noise as part of the Clap for Carers campaign

One family in London took saucepans and wooden spoons out into the street to make noise as part of the Clap for Carers campaign

One family in London took saucepans and wooden spoons out into the street to make noise as part of the Clap for Carers campaign

Dozens of people were out in force in London, many wearing face masks and gloves, as they showed their appreciation for frontline workers

Dozens of people were out in force in London, many wearing face masks and gloves, as they showed their appreciation for frontline workers

Dozens of people were out in force in London, many wearing face masks and gloves, as they showed their appreciation for frontline workers

Manchester United Football Club joined the latest round of celebrations by lighting up Old Trafford in blue

Manchester United Football Club joined the latest round of celebrations by lighting up Old Trafford in blue

Manchester United Football Club joined the latest round of celebrations by lighting up Old Trafford in blue

The club also spelt out 'NHS United' on their club sign in tribute to NHS workers across the UK after the death toll among NHS staff reached 45

The club also spelt out 'NHS United' on their club sign in tribute to NHS workers across the UK after the death toll among NHS staff reached 45

The club also spelt out ‘NHS United’ on their club sign in tribute to NHS workers across the UK after the death toll among NHS staff reached 45

Residents in Chiswick took to the pavement outside their homes to show their support for key workers during the coronavirus  lockdown period

Residents in Chiswick took to the pavement outside their homes to show their support for key workers during the coronavirus  lockdown period

Residents in Chiswick took to the pavement outside their homes to show their support for key workers during the coronavirus  lockdown period

Households in Tooting, London, also took to their doorsteps to thank frontline staff

Households in Tooting, London, also took to their doorsteps to thank frontline staff

Households in Tooting, London, also took to their doorsteps to thank frontline staff

Dozens of NHS workers applaud outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign

Dozens of NHS workers applaud outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign

Dozens of NHS workers applaud outside Chelsea and Westminster Hospital during the Clap for our Carers campaign

NHS workers stopped at 8pm to join in the applause at the Aintree University Hospital

NHS workers stopped at 8pm to join in the applause at the Aintree University Hospital

NHS workers stopped at 8pm to join in the applause at the Aintree University Hospital

A double decker bus is decorated in support of the NHS outside the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne

A double decker bus is decorated in support of the NHS outside the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne

A double decker bus is decorated in support of the NHS outside the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne

Brothers Luca, five, and Christian, two, dressed as Mario and Luigi and stood on their front wall outside their house in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, during the Clap for Carers

Brothers Luca, five, and Christian, two, dressed as Mario and Luigi and stood on their front wall outside their house in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, during the Clap for Carers

Brothers Luca, five, and Christian, two, dressed as Mario and Luigi and stood on their front wall outside their house in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, during the Clap for Carers

Members of the public in Haringey, north London, took part in the nationwide initiative to applaud NHS staff, carers and key workers

Members of the public in Haringey, north London, took part in the nationwide initiative to applaud NHS staff, carers and key workers

Members of the public in Haringey, north London, took part in the nationwide initiative to applaud NHS staff, carers and key workers

Workers and residents of Beane River View Care Home in Hertford came out to join the applause

Workers and residents of Beane River View Care Home in Hertford came out to join the applause

Workers and residents of Beane River View Care Home in Hertford came out to join the applause

Staff put a sign on the windshield in support of the NHS at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne

Staff put a sign on the windshield in support of the NHS at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne

Staff put a sign on the windshield in support of the NHS at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne

One resident gave a thumbs up outside her home in Tooting, London, Britain, which was decorated balloons and ribbons

One resident gave a thumbs up outside her home in Tooting, London, Britain, which was decorated balloons and ribbons

One resident gave a thumbs up outside her home in Tooting, London, Britain, which was decorated balloons and ribbons

One pair decided to clap from their window as they joined the celebrations in Tooting, London

One pair decided to clap from their window as they joined the celebrations in Tooting, London

One pair decided to clap from their window as they joined the celebrations in Tooting, London

Emotions were high among NHS workers outside Luton and Dunstable University Hospital as they joined in the applause during the Clap for Carers campaign

Emotions were high among NHS workers outside Luton and Dunstable University Hospital as they joined in the applause during the Clap for Carers campaign

Emotions were high among NHS workers outside Luton and Dunstable University Hospital as they joined in the applause during the Clap for Carers campaign

Neighbours joined in the Clap for our Carers campaign from their doorsteps in Enfield, London, with some even donning party hats

Neighbours joined in the Clap for our Carers campaign from their doorsteps in Enfield, London, with some even donning party hats

Neighbours joined in the Clap for our Carers campaign from their doorsteps in Enfield, London, with some even donning party hats

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