Opinion: Let’s Thank Our Front Line Workers (Pictured Below)

This year has been unprecedented. We — as a society — teetered on the edge oblivion. Food supply chains, almost broken; hospitals, nearly overwhelmed. Luckily, when Americans needed them most, regular people stepped up. The Joe six-packs of the world — the frontline workers. They answered the bell when it rang. And we, as a society, owe them a great debt.

If you see a frontline worker (pictured above) be sure to thank them. They risked their lives so we would have a society to go back to. And for that, we salute them.

Sincerely,

-The New York Times

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