In Pictures: A different perspective on the weekly clap for carers

A man bangs a pot upside down outside King’s College Hospital in Camberwell, south London
A man bangs a pot upside down outside King’s College Hospital in Camberwell, south London (PA Wire)
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Boris Johnson was accompanied by partner Carrie Symonds outside 10 Downing Street in the weekly clap for carers.

They joined thousands of people across the UK in applauding at 8pm to show appreciation for the frontline workers in the battle against coronavirus.

Boris Johnson and partner Carrie Symonds pay tribute in Downing Street (PA Wire)
People in Margate, Kent join in the applause (PA Wire)
NHS staff gather in a doorway at the Aintree University Hospital (PA Wire)
NHS staff outside King’s College Hospital in Camberwell, south London (PA Wire)
NHS staff outside the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent (PA Wire)
Neighbours join in clap for carers (PA Wire)
A band plays outside the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham (PA Wire)
An NHS worker outside the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel (PA Wire)
NHS staff outside the Nightingale Hospital in south Belfast (PA Wire)
A resident from the Loughborough estate in Brixton, joins in the applause (PA Wire)

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