Nurses who came to New York to help are applauded by police as they leave


New York Police applauded hundreds of doctors, nurses and front line medical workers tho traveled from out of state to help at ther city's hospitals to treat the city’s coronavirus patients left for their final shifts before going home.

The front-line workers filed out of the Park Central Hotel in Midtown just after 6 a.m., as mask-wearing members of New York’s Finest stood on both sides of the sidewalk and clapped, saying, “Thank you!”

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said: “Somebody reached out to me and asked if they could get a send-off, and I said we certainly could and I thought it was the right thing to do, so many people across the country have reached out to us and helped us, so it was a nice way to send them back home.”

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