BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Community members held an appreciation parade Thursday to honor some of Baltimore’s frontline workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

The drive-by parade was held Thursday afternoon in front of Johns Hopkins Hospital as a way to show how much the city appreciates all the hard work that the hospital staff is doing right now.

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After the parade, several of the hospitals nurses thanked the community for their continued support during this pandemic.

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