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Kitty Stine Nov 28
This beautiful lady is my mom. She has been in the ICU on a ventilator fighting covid. They just took her off the ventilator and moved her out of the ICU. It’s going to be a long road but she is going to recover. Covid =0 mom=1 !!!❤️❤️
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Scott Dworkin Nov 28
Check out these cool hand sewn masks you can wrap around your wrist. The store owner’s a single mom with two immune compromised girls, who also is an elementary school teacher tackling virtual learning. Let’s buy all the masks—every—single—one:
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Holly 🌊💦 #wearamask😷 Nov 26
Grateful, for all frontline workers, essential workers and to the medical community. Special thanks, to all the ER doctors and nurses who are exhausted and overwhelmed. They are our heroes!
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CopterDoctor NOT a LOSER or SUCKER Veteran Nov 26
I laid in a binjo ditch, in 34 degrees, while raining, for 4 hours, MOPP level 4 gear, after working a 12 hour shift, during war game exercises in Korea. If I can do that in defense of our country, you can wear a mask for 20 minutes in the friggin supermarket! PLEASE
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Tombaan 8h
First wave versus second wave...wear a fucking mask, people in frontline have loved ones who would like to see them back
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Kim MacDonald Nov 28
An elderly man walked into the Grocery Store without his mask when I was there. The employee asked “Sir do you have a mask?” He replied “Oh! Yes.” And proceeded to get it and put it on. And that’s the whole story. As it should be.
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Nasty Woman and Proud 11h
Large numbers are difficult to process for many. 255K is just a number to far too many. I recommend following this page and acknowledging the human lives lost forever. It didn’t have to be like this...
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Hayley Wickenheiser Nov 27
All I want for Christmas is for everyone to be able to see their family and friends again sometime soon.
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Lucy SkinnyJeans Nov 28
Happy I helped mom make the bed😹😹I hope you have a wonderful day, filled with things you love 💕
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CDC Nov 28
We're all tired of , but the fact is: COVID-19 is not tired of us. This pandemic isn't over & cases are still rising across the U.S. Slow the spread: over your mouth AND nose. Stay 6ft from others. Wash your hands. Stay home if you can.
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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 2h
Amanda “Mandy” Gonzales, 34yo Nurse, Rio Grande Valley, Texas, died of 11/23. She had beautiful hazel eyes and was very crafty, sewing masks for family, friends, and delivery drivers.
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John doyle #WASHYOURHANDS 13h
Still on a high from it was such an honour to be there for Adam and Huge thank you to everyone for the wonderful support and kindness given to me and my colleagues at CHI and to all my family and friends
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Marko Silberhand Nov 26
Replying to @TraceyM0802
I have to repeat that: You guys are the real heroes ! Every single one, all over the world, who fights against the and sometimes against the stupidity of the people. Thank you all for your commitment and your hard work !
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Joe Black Nov 28
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U.S. Soccer WNT Nov 28
As the USWNT returns home, a big thanks to all our players, coaches, staff and medical team in the Netherlands and back in the USA for their tremendous collective effort and continued commitment to creating and maintaining a safe and controlled environment.
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Hina Patel Nov 26
As my family mourns, we took time to thank the wonderful heroes of the COVID ICU today. They were so compassionate and shed tears along the way with us. Thankful for those who continue to fight this awful disease!
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Lisa Woods 🌊 🦋 🌊 Nov 28
COVID deaths are not numbers. They are people.
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Mary DiVincenzo Nov 26
This thread is brilliant. I cannot stop laughing. I’ve been off Twitter for hours and returned to the tiny desk and tree. Yet my words do not flow like Enjoy!
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Joseph Sakran 14h
Let this sink in. October ➡️ 1.9M Cases November ➡️ 4.0M Cases With increased travel & people spending a greater amount of time indoors, this trend is headed in the wrong direction. Shared Responsibility
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Sandrine Chevalier Nov 28
Yeah it explains a lot 😂😂😂 properly 😉
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