Warren says death of brother from COVID-19 'feels like something that didn't have to happen


Warren says death of brother from COVID-19 'feels like something that didn't have to happen'

 
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said in an interview with The Atlantic published Sunday that her oldest brother's death from the coronavirus "feels like something that didn't have to happen."
Warren told The Atlantic's Edward-Isaac Dovere that her brother Donald Reed Herring had recently recovered from a bout of pneumonia when he contracted COVID-19 earlier this year, and was still in the hospital when he tested positive.
"Pneumonia really takes it out of you. And, you know, he’s old. And so he went to the rehab and was ready to go home. He was packed up and ready to go home when somebody tested positive, and they wouldn’t let him leave," Warren told Dovere.

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