Whether you are a union member or not, you’re delivering health care, home care or stocking shelves at the grocery store, we so appreciate the work you are doing to keep us all safe during this uncertain time. We know it is scary to go to work right now, and that you’re worried you’ll bring home the virus to your loved ones.
For those who are unable to work during this time, we understand that staying home and practicing physical distancing for weeks on end is hard, and we appreciate the effort you are making to help “flatten the curve,” as well.
To all the moms and dads who are trying to parent, teach their children and work from home, while making sure the bills still get paid: we see you. And to the grandparents who aren’t able to see their grandkids right now: we know this is difficult.
The hard-working, caring people of this province are what make Nova Scotia such an incredible part of this country, and we are so proud of how we are all working together to try and keep everyone safe. We’ve been through a lot together over the past few weeks. Let’s continue to care for one another until this storm has passed.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
A message from the Nova Scotia Government & General Employees’ Union, representing over 31,000 working women & men who provide quality public services Nova Scotians count on every day.
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