Religious leaders have spoken out to send a message of hope to those struggling to cope with the pandemicand things such as hospital-admitting privileges and billing codes would have to be sorted out., and promised society will emerge “stronger”can operate at 75 per cent capacity and must enforce public health measures such as physical distancing and masking..
Reverend Andy Cowie, a senior minister at a number of churches across Aberdeen, said coronavirus has helped bring out the best in people, with a surge in volunteering and community spirit.
He believes the virus has taught us the importance of caring for one another, and will lead to a stronger society by next Christmas.
Rev Cowie, who has congregations in Northfield, Kittybrewster2021-04-17T00:46:42.602Z, Balmedie, Danestone, Potterton, Woodside, and Cove, said:?“I think the thing that’s coming out of the pandemic is the volunteering.
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