Queen pays tribute to healthcare workers around the world
The Queen has thanked healthcare workers for their “selfless commitment and diligence”, adding: “The dedication to service of countless nurses, midwives and other health workers, in these most challenging of circumstances, is an example to us all.”
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The Queen has led the royal family in paying tribute to the British Red Crosson the eve of its 150th anniversary, describing the charity’s work as “valuedand greatly appreciated”. Since 1870, the organisation has shown “just howpowerful kindness can be” said the Prince of Wales, who added its efforts were“as essential today as it has ever been”.
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