Ivanka Trump Shares Her Gratitude & Shows Support in Video Message Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Ivanka Trump, the first daughter of the United States, is bringing a bit of cheer and encouragement to Americans in this quarantine period as they adjust to life at home.
In an Instagram post shared yesterday, the President's senior adviser thanked people who have followed the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ivanka Trump at El Centro community college on October 3, 2019 in Dallas, Texas | Photo: Getty Images
Ivanka also thanked truckers, healthcare workers, first responders, and everyone else who has worked to keep the nation functional and operational.
"We thank you and share our prayers for your safety. Our thoughts and prayers your way, We're all in this together," she said, as she encouraged everyone to stay strong and show kindness in this trying period. Ivanka concluded:
"Let's remember that we are all united in this matter."
People Magazine recently reported that the first family will be remaining in Washington D.C. during this self-isolation period.
The news source explained that Donald Trump would be attending press briefings, while everyone else will be working to ensure that they address the virus and so away with it as soon as possible.
The spotlight is on the Trump family amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Trump family has been criticized over its possible susceptibility to the coronavirus. Many have pointed out that President Trump might have contacted the virus since he recently attended a conference, where many attendees have tested positive.
Some scrutiny has also headed the special adviser's way, although CNN reported this week that the first daughter has tested negative for the virus.
Citing a person familiar with the White House, the news source claimed that, despite attending a meeting with someone who has tested positive, Ivanka is fine. The source added that she would be continuing her work as a White House aide from home.
For a while now, Ivanka has maintained an active presence on social media. When she's not speaking on some official duties, she's sharing photos of her children and husband, Jared Kushner.
Last Thanksgiving, the mother of three, Ivanka Trump posted an adorable photo of her three children, to give fans an insight into how they spent the holiday.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!