Lewis Hamilton hails NHS as F1 star pays tribute to ‘real heroes’ on coronavirus frontline

Lewis Hamilton has paid a heartfelt tribute to the NHS workers battling on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic. The F1 champion says he is “in awe” of the “real heroes” fighting to save lives as the devastating impact of Covid-19 continues to be felt across the UK.

Almost 8,000 people have now died in the UK because of the virus, with more than 65,000 confirmed cases.

“In the midst of what is one of the hardest times for people around the world but even more to those providing services,” Hamilton wrote on Instagram.

“I am so in awe of you, you guys are the real heroes. Thank you to everyone all of you frontline workers, the NHS you all inspire me to do more in helping people.

“Let’s never give up caring and helping those who need it most [heart emoji] [praying hands emoji]. My thoughts and prayers are with you.”

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