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As part of national Thank You Day, Northamptonshire Police is thanking everyone in the county who has followed the rules in order to help NHS colleagues cope with Covid-19 cases.
Taking place today, Sunday, July 4, the initiative aims to help people to show their appreciation to those who have helped throughout the coronavirus pandemic, from friends and neighbours to healthcare workers, shop staff and emergency services.
The Force is once again extending its thanks to all those in Northamptonshire who have played their part by following Government rules put in place to reduce the spread of Covid-19, in order to lessen the burden on the NHS.
Chief Constable Nick Adderley said the day provides further opportunity to thank everyone who has stuck to Covid-19 restrictions and supported our policing approach during the pandemic.
He added: “Thank You Day is a lovely idea, created to celebrate all the best bits of being human. Alongside the innumerable challenges Covid-19 has posed, it has also reminded us that even the simplest gesture can mean the world to someone, and I’m so proud of the countless stories I’ve heard throughout the pandemic of my officers and staff going the extra mile to help people.
“As a Force we have also been wonderfully supported by our Northamptonshire residents, by countless individuals and from community and religious groups to schools and businesses. Thank you to each and every one of you – we have come this far by working together, and long may that continue.”