CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Mississauga residents make some noise for healthcare workers
It was a noisy evening for some last night as Mississauga residents did their best to thank healthcare workers from their balconies.
A video posted by Trillium Health Partners shows residents from several buildings cheering, banging on pots and pans, and just making some noise as a display of gratitude to healthcare workers who are going around the clock during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The video can be seen here:
MUST SEE: Last night, the people of #Mississauga got out the pots and pans to make some noise for everyone in health care working around the clock against #COVID19. Thank you for this display of gratitude, and for sharing this footage. #StayHome #ThanksHealthHeroes pic.twitter.com/TJyAVmlux7— Trillium Health Partners (@THP_hospital) April 5, 2020
Mayor Bonnie Crombie called the incident a true display of Mississauga spirit and thanked residents for making an effort to stay home during the pandemic.
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