These may be dark times, but small reminders that the light will soon return are popping up all around the city.
In do downtown Toronto, the Hilton hotel lit up in the shape of hearts to send love and support to front-line workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The illuminated message of support brought one healthcare hero to tears, after working a long, 18-hour shift in the hospital right in downtown Toronto.
Dr. Samir Sinha took to Twitter to thank Toronto and it’s citizens for the acts of love that are keeping health care workers going in this tough time.
I STOPPED THE CAR AND WEPT LAST NIGHT. It was after midnight. I was driving home from another 18 hour day at @SinaiHealth + @UHN and then i saw this. THANK YOU to my @CityofToronto and its citizens for these #ActsofLove that are keeping its #frontline health workers going. pic.twitter.com/9sOdWvjdFB
— Samir Sinha (@DrSamirSinha) April 4, 2020
Vancouver hotels are also participating in spreading the love for healthcare workers, with multiple hotels in the city lighting up messages of love as a symbol of appreciation.
Here’s another picture of what the heartfelt message looks like here in Toronto:
We’re all in this together.