There are some iconic images that have surfaced from around the world during the coronavirus pandemic.
Otherwise hectic streets now devoid of vehicles, people wearing masks and lining up for food or testing and people showing thanks to the healthcare workers who put their lives on the line every day.
As best we can tell Blayney is leading Australia with the Light it Blue campaign.- Scott Ferguson
Here in Blayney we've experienced our own loss due to the virus and now we can all show our appreciation for the work that doctors, nurses, health care workers, frontline hospital staff, police and emergency response teams do to protect us all.
Blayney Shire Council's office building may not be on people's must see list like the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, the Prince's Palace of Monaco, Niagara Falls and the One World Trade Centre, but they're all now part of the #lightitblue campaign.
Originating in the UK the Light it Blue campaign is designed to make a public display of support every Thursday night, whilst the Make it Blue campaign is to encourage everyone to wear blue, or do something like plant blue flowers, wear a blue hat, make blueberry muffins or really risk it and wear double denim on Thursdays.
"As best we can tell Blayney is leading Australia with the Light it Blue campaign,' said mayor Scott Ferguson.
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