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#SingOutSF is Tomorrow at Noon! Sing for Our Healthcare Workers

By Fernando on April 24, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – OCTOBER 31: Singer Tony Bennett sings “I left my heart in San Francisco” (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Covid19 is like no other crisis we have seen in our lifetime. Many of us rush to help either physically, emotionally or financially when trouble hits. But when staying home and distancing yourself from other people is the best thing you can do to help the situation, it’s easy to feel helpless while the worst is happening outside our front doors. Thankfully we have the amazing women and men in the healthcare field taking care of our sick and doing their best despite intense stress and separation from their own families. Let’s unite our voices and sing our appreciation for the work they do tomorrow when everyone is invited to sing the classic “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” at the same time.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – OCTOBER 31: Singer Tony Bennett sings “I left my heart in San Francisco” (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Beginning at 12 noon Saturday, step outside your home, open your windows or sing from your apartment decks to show your support and thanks for doctors, nurses, EMTs and first responders. Even if you live outside of the City, you are invited to sing as well to show love for those essential workers in your area. Spread the word and include your pictures and videos of singing with the hastag #SingOutSF

Our friends at KTVU have more details here