Inside Edition
Inside Edition 6 Jan 2021

ICU Nurse Posts TikToks to Dispel COVID-19 Myths


Anna Rees is a traveling ICU nurse. She's been working 60 hours per week in a Los Angeles hospital, and has been posting TikTok videos to do what she can to quash myths about the coronavirus pandemic. "All these people who are saying we are just calling flu cases COVID, it's not true!" she said in one video. Anna spoke to Inside Edition about the difficulty of working on the front lines when nothing seems to be slowing down.

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