Healthcare workers and medical assistants are the people we should value in this day and age ignoring all the cultural and racial differences.
They’re the people fighting this battle at the forefront and we should have their back, to be honest.
It would be really disingenuous to disparage or belittle some of these people who are risking their own well-being for the sake of others’ lives. Sadly, such ignoramuses live amongst us who we aren’t very proud of.
A lot of anti lockdown protests have recently been held in the United States recently. It’s really unfortunate that people are vehemently advocating an end to the current lockdown having no regard for their own safety.
At a protest in Colorado on Sunday, healthcare workers were really wronged with.The protestors didn’t treat them right and hurled affront at them.
Actually, the nurses stood in front of the cars of the anti lockdown protestors and as a result of it, they were ill-treated and mauled by them. The protestors were heading towards the capitol to stage their protest in front of the top tier authorities of the country. This is where they clashed with the healthcare workers to set their path free.
Those nurses stood in their way to counter-protest their protest. These healthcare workers are totally aware of the danger ‘compromising social distancing’ can evoke. That’s why they came out to dare these protests.
It’s not just Colorado, protests are spreading all across the United States. People are not happy with the current economic crises that’s making many of them go through a rough patch in their lives. They’re amassing a huge number of protestors using social media and demonstrating their resentment against the decision to lock everything down.
Last time, it was in Denver where people compromised social distancing and gathered on the lawn of the state Capitol to show how fervently they despise this lockdown. It was an enormous demonstration which was named Operation gridlock.
It’s tragic that people showing up care least about the warnings they are given and are assembling to record their protest.