If you joined #ClapforSGUnited and put your hands together to applaud the frontline heroes, well done.
Clap, clap, clap, clap!
Singaporeans – no matter their age, race and background – all came together to clap for our frontline heroes on Monday (Mar 30) evening as part of the Clap for SGUnited ground up movement.
The purpose of initiative was to show appreciation for all frontline workers who have been working hard in the battle against COVID-19.
From Bedok to Pasir Ris, Punggol to Woodlands, residents put their hands together for a few minutes.
Whether it was actress Irene Ang…
Or Singapore basketball star and actor Chase Tan…
Or a fellow healthcare worker who is not on the frontline…
Or even a little girl…
Most, if not all, clapped and cheered on those doing their best for the country. It was a heartwarming moment, indeed, and one that our tired frontline workers needed.
To our frontline workers, thank you for all your hard work! Keep up the good work, and we are all behind you! We can do this, Singapore.
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