Kamala Harris Reaches Out to Nurse And Frontline Workers On Thanksgiving
Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris has been extremely busy lately and she hasn’t even been sworn into office yet.
Last week, the California senator called a Bay Area teenager named Tyler Gordon after he posted a mural he painted and it went viral on Twitter. Over the weekend, Harris continued to reach out to a nurse in Chicago who is on the frontlines of the fight against the coronavirus. After speaking with the nurse, Harris shared the conversation on her Instagram account.
“Earlier today @DouglasEmhoff and I called Talisa, a registered nurse in Chicago, and a few of our nation’s frontline workers to thank them for everything they have done in the fight against COVID-19. We won’t be able to get through this without them.”
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Bonnie Castillo, RN, who is Executive Director of National Nurses United (NNU), California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee (CNA/ NNOC), also posted the interaction on her Facebook account.