Minneapolis neighbors cheer health care workers from North Loop balconies

People in the North Loop are raising their voices in support of health care workers who don't have the option of staying home.

This is the second night of the event organized by the neighborhood association. Sunday night, people gathered outside their apartments at 7 p.m. to clap and cheer.

The people who organized the cheer were inspired by what they saw happening across the globe, and they hope this continues to spread to other parts of the state.

"It's about not only honoring and saluting, but when you look at what it does for those who are doing it, it's bringing togetherness to our city. It's really moving," organizer Kathleen Frey explained

The cheer in the North Loop takes place every night at 7 p.m., rain or shine and will continue as long as the governor's stay-at-home order is in effect.