CNN’s Brianna Keilar Moved To Tears Remembering 500,000 Victims Of COVID-19
The host of “Newsroom” marked the annoying milestones, sharing the stories of some of the nearly half-million victims.
“We need to remember the people we’ve lost,” Keller said. Read the last text message Between the victims and their families.
Keller acknowledged the tension on Monday Coronavirus The epidemic engulfed people.
“I know it’s hard. I hear this from a lot of you. I know you are tired. I know you’re taping out, “she said. “Quarantining, hopefully it will subside only to realize that it won’t happen any time soon, the struggle to end has to be met, worrying if it’s the day you can catch a fever Or you can start coughing, while juggling jobs, you are homeschooling your children, afraid of seeing your grandparents, afraid of seeing your grandparents, knowing that there is a vaccine that you And your loved ones can’t yet find it, struggling with mental health. And for nearly 500,000 Americans this year, lost their lives. “
“This is a collective loss. We are taking this moment to accept that, ”she said. “You’re not alone. And if you’re lucky that you still have a little fuel in your tank today, this is a good day to remind someone in your life that you’re there for them.”
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