As we all know, it was deemed necessary for us to stay home to stay safe. However, it is essential for health care workers to be at work to save lives. For this, we want to extend our gratitude to all health care workers that risk their lives & continue to serve gracefully.
Update on coronavirus:
The Coronavirus was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January 2020. Social distancing measures were put in place at the end of March however the death toll still rises.
Currently, there are more than 186 000 confirmed cases in the UK & already 28 446 people have died due to the virus.
Whilst the virus has turned many lives upside down, we at impress recruitment are still fully functional & operational & are able to assist you with getting a job in the health sector should you need one during these trying times. Simply email us with an updated copy of your CV & related documents & we will be in touch!
Boris Johnson will outline his “roadmap” for exiting the coronavirus lockdown next week after declaring that Britain is “past the peak and on the downward slope”.
The Prime Minister said he would make clear to the nation the “menu of options” he will have to choose from when he eventually decides to begin lifting the current restrictions. He said it was still too early to say when there would be any easing of social distancing measures but that plans were in place to restart the economy, reopen schools and enable people to travel to work safely.
Prof Chris Whitty said the UK was “nowhere near the end of the epidemic”.
From the Impress recruitment team.