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Hillary Clinton Thanks Everyone Working to Save Lives & Keep Nation Going Amid COVID-19 Outbreak in New Post

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Mar 27, 2020
01:30 P.M.
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Hillary Clinton, the former American Secretary of State, has now joined a list of notable people to commend those who are working to curb the spread of the coronavirus. 


Late yesterday, she shared an appreciation post to all professionals whose services have become even more critical amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Instagram photo was a tile with the words, “Thank you” written on it, while Hillary shared her sentiment below,

“Thank you to... everyone else who is working to save lives and keep us all going right now.” 

Young mother squeezing hand sanitizer onto little daughter's hand in the playground to prevent the spread of viruses | Photo: Getty Images


The comment section filled with messages of hope and optimism as well. Many people joined their voices to share their appreciation for the brave work that these professionals have been doing. 

Hillary has been rather vocal in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. As expected, she’s been especially critical of President Donald Trump and the response of his administration so far.


As NBC News reported yesterday, the former Secretary of State shared a tweet cautioning people not to take advice from a man who “once stared directly at a solar eclipse.” 

The tweet came in response to Trump reportedly claiming that chloroquine and several anti-malarial drugs could be the key to curing the global pandemic. 


The Trump administration has also been pretty confusing in their approach, as the President has contradicted several healthcare officials on numerous occasions.

Just yesterday, CNN reported that the President had expressed his desire for the United States to open for business and trade by the Easter holiday. 

However, as the news medium confirmed, several professionals from the health and finance industries have expressed their dismay at the plan.


Despite the many politics involved in this debacle, several famous figures have come out to share messages of hope and encouragement.

Apart from Hillary Clinton, First Lady Melania Trump has encouraged everyone to stay safe and practice good hygiene.

The BBC also reported yesterday that Her Majesty, the Queen, has encouraged everyone across the United Kingdom to work as one to stop the spread of the virus.


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