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‘You are brave' | Sidewalk chalk messages rally Cone Health workers on the front lines

The uplifting messages read, “You are brave,” “You are strong,” “You are loved" outside the hospital entrance.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s messages of thankfulness and of hope that’s truly warming the hearts and spirits of those who need it the most.

That includes the Cone Health workers on the front lines of the coronavirus fight. On Thursday, the workers were greeted with messages of love as they started their day. 

The uplifting messages read, “You are brave,” “You are strong,” “You are loved.” The words were written in sidewalk chalk outside the employee entrance to the hospital. 

WFMY News 2 wants to focus on the things that bring us all joy. Tell us what brings #Joy2You. Text us at 336-379-5775 or share your pictures or videos on Facebook. 

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