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Watch: Tom Brady And Gisele Give Heartfelt Thanks To Healthcare Workers To Mark World Health Day
April 8, 2020
The entire nation struggles to keep the spread of coronavirus under control. Health care workers fight in the front line. These people risk their lives to protect ours. Quarterback Tom Brady and his wife Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen shared a lovely message for healthcare workers. They wanted to thank them for everything they’ve done so far and honor the World Health Day.
The famous couple took to Instagram to share a video where they thank people on the front lines of the COVID-19 struggle in honor of World Health Day.
“Today is World Health Day and we would like to thank the incredible health professionals who are doing their best, every day, to help us. Thank you so much for all your dedication, courage and love,” the caption read.
Both Brady and Gisele expressed their respect and gratitude.
“We are here for you,” Brady said, “Thank you from our family to yours. That we wish you continued luck and success in dealing with this.”
The 39-year-old wanted to send out “all of our love and prayers” to healthcare workers.
“And thank you for being, like my son says, ‘wonderful heroes for all of us.’ And we wish you nothing but the best… sending you all so much love.”
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Brady and Gisele shared a note Benjamin wrote for all the doctors and nurses.
“This is a very hard time in the world right now. Everyone should stay calm. You are all working so hard, and because of you, we are going to beat the coronavirus soon. Thank you for all the work you’ve done. You guys are like superheroes. Braver than Batman! Stronger than Superman. And faster than the Flash. You can get any job done. Sending my best wishes, love Benny Brady.”
Bundchen also talked in Portuguese. She wanted to thank everyone for their effort.
This is a real struggle and thousands of people die every day. It’s hard to say that the situation will improve in the near future. We do believe that the whole thing will be over in a couple of months. We are sending our words of praise for every doctor and nurse out there.