RANGERS star Flo Kamberi has shared a message of thanks to healthcare workers and other staff who are on the frontlines in the battle against coronavirus.

Following similar posts from his teammates, including James Tavernier and Steven Davis, the striker also urged the club’s supporters, and people all around the world, to stay at home to save lives.

He said: “I would like to send love and support from the whole Rangers family to the football families across the world.

“I would like to say thank you to the health workers, the doctors, the nurses, the ambulance drivers and all the others for their work. They deserve the biggest respect for their selfless work in this difficult situation.

“Always stay home, stay safe, wash your hands, keep yourself isolated and keep social distancing – don’t take any risks.

“I think like everyone else I’m very excited to get back playing football, but this situation is more important than anything in life. So look after your family, friends and loved ones and hopefully see you back soon.”

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