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Taylor Swift, Oprah join huge global event to celebrate coronavirus workers

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I think all these companies, celebrities and politicians honoring and saluting the frontline workers in the coronavirus pandemic-nurses, EMT's, retail staff-would be better off campaigning for and enacting legislation so these people can have a living wage after the pandemic as well.

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These people are fighting a virus without a weapon, with no standard treatment at least the Japanese have the reliable drug Avigan

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Publicity grab. Pure and simple.

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No evidence to show Avigan is effective. The only people benefiting from this fake news are the shareholders.

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and now includes some of the biggest celebrities in the world, including Celine Dion, Billie Eilish, John Legend, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Chris Martin, Andrea Bocelli and Michael Buble.

There's an error somewhere in names...

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"Praise" them when you need them, but vote for people who enact policies that work against them. It's like a friend who are only kind when he wants to borrow money from you.

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More celebrities screaming "Look at me. Look at me."

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I hope y'all are thanking the essential workers every night at 7pm your local time

"How the Public Are Thanking Healthcare Workers Across the World"

https://www.ravemobilesafety.com/blog/thanking-healthcare-workers-across-the-world

"Clap Because We Care: Nurse thanks New York City for cheering healthcare workers every night"

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/clap-because-we-care-time-cheer-new-york-city-healthcare-workers-nurses-doctors-a9458256.html

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Agent X. Lady Gaga has raised $35m so I’d give her publicity any day

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