Ohio State players and coaches thank first responders, healthcare workers and essential personnel for service during pandemic
First responders, healthcare professionals and essential personnel are going above and beyond the call of duty during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. They are all working long hours and in dangerous situations to help the nation deal with this devastating illness.
There aren’t enough words to describe the kind of thank you all of these workers deserve. But Ohio State players and coaches are making it known that they’re appreciative of all that they’re doing.
Ryan Day and his family, running backs coach Tony Alford, and players Garrett Wilson and Thayer Munford — among many others — are just a few Buckeyes who are showing their gratitude during this difficult time. They took to Twitter to thank all first responders, healthcare professionals and essential personnel for their ongoing work.
Here are some of the messages they sent out:
On behalf of the entire The Ohio State football program we would like to thank all of the First Responders, Medical Personnel and Essential Workers for everything they are doing! #GoBucks #Fight pic.twitter.com/qm0ZZ0ZL0L
— Ryan Day (@ryandaytime) March 30, 2020
During this time I want to thank all first responders, medical personnel, and the essential workers for their efforts to help the community. Everything in their life has taken a backseat to their work including their families in order to save many lives, and I’m grateful. 🤞🏾
— Garrett Wilson (@GarrettWilson_V) March 30, 2020
To all of the 1st responders and essential workers- thank you so very much for the work and care you continue to give. Your selfless acts are appreciated!! pic.twitter.com/CNjxu6FEKZ
— Coach Tony Alford (@CoachTonyAlford) March 30, 2020
Thank you!! pic.twitter.com/SM7HSKaU77
— Thayer Munford (@TMunford75) March 30, 2020
On behalf of The Ohio State Univeristy Offensive Line we would like to say thank you to all of the Essential Workers, First Responders, and Medical Personel for everything they are doing during this time! We appreciate you! #GoBucks #Fight pic.twitter.com/gOAMuObvE3
— Kennedy Cook (@CoachCookOL) March 30, 2020