Tonight's weekly applause for front-line workers tackling the coronavirus outbreak should be the last, the woman behind it has said.
It would be "beautiful" to end Clap for Carers after its 10th week, and make it an annual event, Annemarie Plas said.
She said the public had "shown our appreciation" and it was now up to ministers to "reward" key workers.
The event originally began as a one-off to support NHS staff on 26 March - three days after the UK went into lockdown.
However, after proving very popular, it was expanded to cover all key workers and has continued every Thursday at 20:00, with people peering out of their windows or standing on their doorsteps to show their appreciation by clapping, cheering, banging saucepans and playing instruments.