Staff outside Leeds General Infirmary held a final round of applause to mark the 72nd birthday of the NHS and thank people who have worked hard throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

IN PHOTOS: Leeds holds final round of applause to thank key workers and celebrate 72nd birthday of NHS

People in Leeds have held a final round of applause to thank key workers and celebrate the 72nd birthday of the NHS.

By Rebecca Marano
Sunday, 5th July 2020, 6:37 pm

At 5pm, people across the city clapped as a way of saying thank you to NHS staff who have worked throughout the coronavirus pandemic. It also marks 72 years since the NHS was founded on July 5,1948. Yorkshire Evening Post photographer James Hardisty went to Leeds General Infirmary for the final show of thanks. FULL STORY: Leeds joins the nation in one final Clap for Carers to celebrate 72nd anniversary of NHS

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