Families Grieve As President Trump Plays Down COVID-19
The image of 20,000 empty black chairs near the White House over the weekend is a striking reminder of just some of the many lives that have been lost to COVID-19.
Naeha Quasba lost her 67-year-old father, Ramash Quasba, just two weeks ago and worries Americans are becoming numb. She speaks with Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley about her father’s experience.
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