PM Lee writes Valentine’s Day note to healthcare workers caring for coronavirus patients

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday posted a Valentine’s Day note, thanking doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers who have been treating and caring for those infected with the coronavirus. 

"Your loving care and commitment makes all the difference," he wrote in his note, which he shared on social media. "We all stand with you and give you our full support."

Posted with #BraveheartSG, PM Lee said that this is “a very special group of people, doing their duty and more to keep us all safe and well, and to keep Singapore going!”

#BraveheartSG is a movement started by community group StandUpFor.SG which invites people to handwrite notes of encouragement and thanks to medical staff at the frontline of treating the coronavirus. The organisers have asked people to share pictures of their notes on social media with the hashtag.

The group is aiming to print and deliver these handwritten notes to over 5,000 medical staff starting Friday which is Valentine’s Day.

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