Coronavirus heroes in line for public health awards
This year’s public health awards will go to an individual and an organisation who have made major contributions to the battle against Covid-19.
The Department of Health has asked for nominations for the Public Health Awards 2022.
A spokeswoman for the health ministry said nominees could be from any sector of society who have “gone over and beyond the call of duty” to protect public health.
Kim Wilson, the health minister, said: “Many in our community have worked tirelessly to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus and to promote health and safety as we navigated through this pandemic.
“The Ministry of Health is grateful for their dedication and commitment, and we want to recognise their contribution.”
The awards ceremony will be held on April 7 and the deadline for nominations is March 31.
Nomination forms can be completed and submitted here.
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