The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) salutes all nurses and their assistants for their tireless work helping save lives, especially during these Covid-19 pandemic days. This year’s World Nurses Day began on May 6 and ends on May 12. May 12 is International Nurses day.
Every day of the year nurses work long hours, under challenging work conditions, to save lives. Their work has been made many times harder with the Covid 19 pandemic. They have continued to serve humanity while endangering their own lives. Their work was made harder by the limited availability of personal protection equipment (PPE), especially the N 95 masks.
“I know firsthand the tremendous sacrifices nurses make every day, they are our indispensable medical partners,” said Dr. Saleh Muslah. “Nurses are the backbone of our healthcare system who deserve all the support and gratitude,” concluded Dr. Muslah.
“While most Americans are sheltering in place, trying to be safe from the coronavirus, there are men and women at the very front line of this war with the invisible enemy,” said Imad Hamad, AHRC Executive Director. “They are the nurses who put their life on the line for all of us and for that we are immensely grateful,” concluded Hamad.