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We owe our gratitude - Thank You for Fighting against Covid19

As residents of the State of Michigan and The United States of America, we owe our gratitude to individuals that put their health and well-being on their line for our safety. 

Healthcare professionals – every one of them including Physicians, nurses, technicians, administrative support are working endless hours solving unthinkable problems. Every person working at a local hospital has been asked to step up to protect our community.  We owe them our gratitude.

Work force - restockers, check out clerks, janitors and managers at every essential business that remains open. Many of these service industry personnel do not have the luxury of working from home. Grocery stores, pharmacies and food related businesses remain open and bring us basic necessities to keep us healthy and safe. Many are working for a pay check while risking their health and well-being. We owe them our gratitude. 

First responders - those who are on the front lines of this war - EMTs, police officers, and firefighters are the first ones to witness the effects of the virus. They enter homes of the sick, provide life saving medical care, and move the patients to safety, risking their own health and well-being. We own them our gratitude. 

We owe our gratitude to each and every one of these individuals.  Moreover, their families are also at risk and under stress.  f you get a chance to come across any of them please express your sincere appreciation for their support.  Let us pray for their health and well-being. 

We owe it to them to do our part. Stay home, be safe. Wash your hands. Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet between you and others. Act as if you and others are exposed to the virus. 

As Michigan Indian community members, let us come together for a greater purpose during these challenging times. We will get through this together.
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