Next week, Clap for Carers should be the last to stop it from becoming “politicized” and “negative” – says the woman who thought about it.
Yoga teacher Annemarie Plas said it was best to finish at its peak.
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The Dutchwoman from south London said she was “overwhelmed” by the support shown.
But she added, “I think it’s good to have the last one in the series next Thursday, because to have the most impact, I think it’s good to stop it at its peak.
“Without getting too political, I share some of the opinions that some have about politicization.
“I think the narrative is starting to change and I don’t want the clap to be negative. “
Millions of people across the country have regularly stopped to applaud NHS frontline workers and caregivers.
Next Thursday will be the 10th coup, which started when the United Kingdom locked out in March. Royals, PM and celebrities have all joined.
Annemarie wants to take it back in 2021 to mark a year since the epidemic.
She said, “Stop cheering doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate them yet. Some people will always want to continue, so they should. “
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