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ARE YOU WITH US DIALOGUE BY DESIGN

 Fire and Rescue Service is proudly supporting a campaign launched against assaults on frontline workers.

Fire and Rescue Service is proudly supporting a campaign launched this week (30 April) against assaults on frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic. ‘Are you with us or against us?’ is the question being posed by key workers from across Nottinghamshire in a direct message to the communities they serve, following a spate of over 60 incidents where frontline workers have been coughed on or spat at while on the frontline of dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. The video appeal features doctors, nurses, paramedics, police officers, prison officers, firefighters and other frontline workers from across the county. Nottinghamshire Police has so far investigated 61 incidents of key workers being coughed on or spat at during the five-week period from Friday 20 March – just before the nationwide lockdown began – to Monday 27 April.