Urged along by Mayor Ted Wheeler, the #PDXThanksYou movement can be heard loud and clear throughout the streets of Portland every night.
Held at 7 pm PT, cheers, clangs, rattles, claps, and hollers have been echoing down the Portland avenues as residents of our beautiful Pacific Northwest city take time out of their day to give praise to the essential workers battling it out on the front lines.
— Portland Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) April 2, 2020
Our first responders @HillsboroPolice @HillsboroFire @MetroWestAmb expressed their gratitude to #HealthcareHeroes at @Tuality Tuality OHSU & @aboutKP Kaiser Permanente this pm. Here’s a clip of the drive by at KP. I was left with ringing in my ears and lump in my throat. #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/bXGZf3N5dA
— Steve Callaway (@SteveCallaway2) April 2, 2020
— Daniela Jusino (@JusiNotes) March 28, 2020
— Stacia Loe (@stacialoe) March 29, 2020
— Jenna (@jennatothe) April 2, 2020
The sounds from SW Portland last night as we all cheered on our frontline workers. Thank you for all that you have done and are continuing to do for our community. Hope to hear everyone again tonight at 7pm! #PDXthanksyou #StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/5YvyzPr9Pd
— Senator Ginny Burdick (@SenBurdick) March 28, 2020
— Nichole Locke (@nicholeelockee) April 1, 2020
— Best PDX (@bestpdx) March 31, 2020
Today, like many people around the world, we take our part in the #7pmcheer for health care workers on the front lines. We’re outside @Providence St. Vincent’s Med. Center to show our appreciation for their hard-working and dedicated staff. #COVID19 #WeAreHereNW #ThankYou pic.twitter.com/TOwCmljOkF
— Washington County Sheriff’s Office (@WCSOOregon) March 31, 2020