HARD-WORKING Prince William has called and thanked more than 300 Covid-19 heroes so far this year – which is more than three a day. The Du
HARD-WORKING Prince William has called and thanked more than 300 Covid-19 heroes so far this year – which is more than three a day.
The Duke of Cambridge has spoken to NHS staff and volunteers on 62 the phone and held five video calls with health bosses in regional meetings.
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Many of the one-to-one calls were made to frontline workers, GP surgeries, pharmacies and staff and volunteers dishing out the Covid-19 jabs.
Calls were also made to non-clinical roles, including portering and domestic services, it has been revealed.
Jenny Manson, 54, community children’s nurse from Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway, said: “I’m just a little nurse who works in Scotland.
“For the Duke to actually want to take time to talk to me it felt I was so privileged.
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“I felt like my job, and, and the role of the NHS was really being acknowledged.
“He was unbelievably genuine and sincere.”
The calls have covered every health board in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, during the deadly Covid-19 second wave.