PSG Ultras Leave Banner Displaying Gratitude for Hospital Staff During Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the global population with many in quarantine in an effort to stop the spread of the virus while local governments are encouraging businesses to either close or limit their interactions with customers.

However, there are several health officials at the forefront of the battle against the virus. Nurses, doctors, scientists, and plenty of others are working around the clock to help their communities.

To show their appreciation for the health officials who have worked tirelessly since the outbreak of the virus, the Collectif Ultras Paris decided to show their appreciation in a way only they could.

With Paris Saint-Germain out of action for the foreseeable future, the Ultras put their sign-making skills to good use and left a banner outside of the Pitié Salpêtrière hospital, which read, “Too often forgotten, hero of our society, thank you to the hospital staff!”

It’s a simple banner for the staff to see but it’s a small token of appreciation for those who are on the front lines trying to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Finally, it’s important to remember that when these health officials provide recommendations to help contain coronavirus, it’s a smart decision to follow their advice because they see firsthand how it’s impacting their communities. That means to stop going to bars, restaurants, beaches, etc. Help make their job a little easier and stay home.

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