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Obviously, our NHS staff have been amazing during the crisis, but we couldn’t have got through without so many other people too – from our emergency services, to posties, supermarket staff, care workers, teachers, funeral directors and charities who’ve been tireless in supporting the most vulnerable.
You can suggest a Liverpool City Region Covid Hero by emailing us email@example.com. Just tell us who they are, what they do and don’t forget to send a picture too.
A big, big thank you to all our Covid heroes …
Derri Hayes is a respiratory nurse. Throughout Covid she’s worked on respiratory wards and ICU’s across Merseyside hospitals. Mainly Liverpool Heart and Chest and Southport Hospital.
For the past two weeks she’s spent five days a week vaccinating people against Covid during the day and on top of that has spent two nights a week going onto the wards to help Covid positive patients.
“She’s an incredible nurse who works crazy hours.” says her son Breagh McNamara
Lindsay and James have worked tirelessly on behalf of the students of Rare Studio and Rare School of Fashion and Art, keeping them all engaged with online teaching through lockdowns and providing a safe school environment for them to return to a full timetable in September. They even carried out welfare visits to students’ doorsteps to keep training standards and morale high!
Terence Mcloughlin is a Consultant and has been working at A&E within Royal Liverpool University Hospital throughout the pandemic.
Alongside this, himself and his two colleagues Sarah and Gillian have been organising well-being initiatives for staff to help with their mental and physical health to combat stress during the crisis. This has included yoga and meditation sessions, talking therapies and visual aids.
This initiative has now extended to the Aintree Hospital. Staff well-being is paramount for the Acute & Emergency Care division across both the Royal and Aintree sites.
Kathy Crist is a bus driver for Arriva in Speke. Kathy has not only been driving key workers and the passengers around the city but she has also been using all of her free time, making hi-viz ribbons, selling them to colleagues, friends and family raising money to keep ambulance stations stocked with refreshments and a cash donation to Alder Hey children’s hospital.
Kathy is pictured right (above) at Alder Hey.
Mark Harding is a volunteer at New Brighton RNLI and has been on call throughout the pandemic whilst also home-schooling his kids.
Established in 1863 and located in the bustling seaside resort of New Brighton, RNLI operates a B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat. The crews have been presented with a remarkable 48 awards for gallantry.
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