But the community is stepping up to help, showing their gratitude in different ways. Here’s some of what they’ve done.
The hardworking nurses, doctors and staff that help keep people healthy are facing increased stress as COVID-19 continues to spread.
Thank you to @Starbucks in Oconomowoc, WI for delivering a much needed caffeine-boost to team members at Aurora Medical Center in Summit #InThisTogether pic.twitter.com/5TmQYgCqsr
– Aurora Health Care (@Aurora_Health) March 24, 2020
When Sherman Hospital contacted the college asking for protective supplies for their health care providers, ECC staff jumped into action donating boxes of gloves, gowns, and masks to help Sherman Hospital’s efforts to treat patients with COVID-19. We are #SpartansUnited. pic.twitter.com/YeQhaBfmrd
– Elgin Community College (@ElginCommColl) March 22, 2020
One of our many community partners Advocate Lutheran General shared they needed gloves, masks and gowns. The three @Maine_207 schools provided 200 gowns, 200 masks and 10,000 gloves today to support @advocatehealth. Proud to be a very small part of the larger effort. #207strong pic.twitter.com/JI7uynEEIu
– District 207 (@Maine_207) March 21, 2020
Thank you @BBQdProductions for bringing meals to our overnight ER team members at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital this week! pic.twitter.com/pMPXxzwid5
– Advocate Health Care (@advocatehealth) March 22, 2020
And we know there’s more than this going on. Comment below if you’ve seen people helping health care workers.