Transcript for Health care workers on what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving
Finally tonight, America strong. Gratitude taking on new meaning this year. The health care workers on the front lines of the pandemic and our thanks to them. Tonight, the front line workers in hospitals across America battling the pandemic this Thanksgiving and telling us they're thankful. At bronx care hospital, Dr. Joseph sung says he's thankful for family, health and safety. This doctor thankful for family, friends and the opportunity to live my dream working as a and the medical team in Virginia with this message tonight -- Very thankful for my amazing residents, fellows, putting themselves on the line to take care of patients here on Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving! With need for food so great this Thanksgiving, mark Uecker and his staff at medium rare steakhouse in Washington, D.C. Are cooking for more than 3,000 seniors separated from their families this year. Delivering hot Thanksgiving means to their doorsteps. And in mooresville, north Carolina, this 9-year-old wrote letter to friends and family asking them to donate so she could help her local food bank feed and see. So many answering the call, Reese raised more than $2,000. Enough to buy 176 Turkeys, 35 hams, 48 boxes of stuffing and 48 boxes of cranberry sauce, her favorite. Reese's message on this Thanksgiving? Thankful for what you have and treat others how you want to be treated. A message echoed tonight by the front line workers across this country and the team at the children's hospital heart center We are so thankful to spend the day with our amazing patients and their families here at the heart center of Boston children's hospital. Happy Thanksgiving! And we are so grateful tonight to all the front line workers and to you for watching. I'm linsey Davis. From David and all of us tonight, happy Thanksgiving. Good night.
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