Reduce or cut parking fees for healthcare workers at GCUH during this pandemic

Reduce or cut parking fees for healthcare workers at GCUH during this pandemic

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Sandra Johnston started this petition to Koichi Nishikawa President and Representative Director Park24 Co Ltd and

Please Sir,  we the petitioners undersigned request  you review the charges of parking at the Gold Coast University Hospital in Southport, Queensland, Australia in the light of this recent world pandemic.

The healthcare workers who are doing long shift hours at this time are starting and leaving work often in the dark, sometimes staying overnight for various reasons, including exhaustion and not wanting to infect their family. The cost of parking for staff is expensive but duly paid when times are good, however in these uncertain times our workers are under extreme stress and duress and the additional hours (often unpaid) and the associated parking costs are causing an extra financial burden to our frontline workers at this time.

We realise parking is your business and we sincerely appreciate having under covered safe parking close to our workplace, however we are pleading on behalf of all of us working in the most stressful time of our lives, working in the most dangerous situation we have ever faced during our employment, we are asking for your compassion please during this time of world panic and duress.

We would be extremely grateful if you could please review the parking charges at this vital facility, our workplace, the Gold Coast University Hospital at your earliest convenience.

Our peers would greatly appreciate a term of free or heavily discounted parking, please or a method of a discount or loyalty card for staff being able to park in your facility at an affordable rate, or if at all possible, for free for a length of time at your discretion.

Signed. The dedicated health care workers caring for the Gold Coast community during this COVID-19 pandemic.



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