One Year of Covid-19: What Are You Grateful For? | MSNBC

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As the world marks one year since the pandemic began, NBC’s Joshua Johnson reflects on moments of gratitude from a year like no other.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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One Year of Covid-19: What Are You Grateful For? | MSNBC

61 Comments on "One Year of Covid-19: What Are You Grateful For? | MSNBC"

  1. Am greatful for making more money at home through Bitcoin Investment lol

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    • Willson Wealth | March 14, 2021 at 12:54 PM | Reply

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  2. Is anyone else just grateful to have competent, compassionate adults in charge again?

  3. Grateful that trump and the proud boys lost the election

  4. I’m just thankful that orange toddler is gone and no longer has access to the nuclear launch codes

  5. I’m grateful that we have a real President taking charge the way a President should.

    • @Laura Bell no there more happy with biden look at fuel prices and now we need to start buying it from them again or stealing it with wars

    • 😂

    • @Joel Rivard You need to do your own research..The UAE, has been at PEACE SINCE 2010…That was a Political Stunt, Put together by Trump and his Criminal Co-Hort Netanyahu….who is PM for life of Isreal…Who also was brought up on criminal charges, same time Trump was…November 2019…..

    • @may wilson or maybe u should stop only listening to msnbc dont worry im sure biden will be dropping more illegal bombs somewhere to secure our oil like he did in Syria his first month in office

    • @may wilson what criminal charges?

  6. I’m grateful for President Joe Biden.

  7. im grateful that God protected me, my family and friends from covid and for the ones who did contracted it and survived it, comfort to those who lost loved ones, friends to covid, supplying all my needs, the healthcare workers and all the other workers, competent leadership in every area who took this plague seriously, exposing the truth in peoples hearts. no matter what evil man tries to do, God is still good and he is faithful to those who believe in HIM. Hallelujah!

    • Make Racists Afraid Again | March 14, 2021 at 4:10 PM | Reply

      In your position, I’d be thankful for the Science and Medical professionals saving lives and reducing suffering.

    • Corn Filled Screamer | March 14, 2021 at 5:07 PM | Reply

      @Make Racists Afraid Again 90% of blacks are religious. Why do you hate black people so much?

    • Amen.

    • @Make Racists Afraid Again The church does support science.
      “Gregor Mendel, known as the father of genetics, was an Augustinian monk. Mathematician and Sister of Mercy Mary Celine Fasenmyer’s doctoral thesis made possible key discoveries in computer science.

      Faithful Catholic lay men and women have also made many major contributions to science, and many see their work as rooted in their faith. Henri Bequerel, who won the 1903 Nobel Prize in physics for his discovery of radioactivity, was remembered at his funeral as a man who found God “on the very highway of science” as well as in the simple prayers of his childhood.

      Andre-Marie Ampere, who made fundamental discoveries about electricity and magnetism, would startle his roommate by crying, “How great is God, and how little is our knowledge!”

      Science and religion are not seen by the church as opposing forces, but distinct and valuable approaches to understanding the universe and our place in it. Each has something to offer the other.

      St. John Paul II observed in a 1988 letter to Jesuit Father George Coyne, then the director of the Vatican Observatory, “Science can purify religion from error and superstition; religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes.”

  8. Tommy r Westbrook | March 14, 2021 at 2:01 PM | Reply

    Greaful for Trump the hard work he did to get a vaccine

    • Tommy r Westbrook | March 14, 2021 at 6:14 PM | Reply

      @Jay Dennis liar a million people day was getting the vaccine before Trump got cheated

    • @Tommy r Westbrook LOL

    • Lawrence Harris | March 14, 2021 at 9:54 PM | Reply

      @Jay Dennis Trump raised eyebrows in early spring when he suggested in a May 14 tweet that the “vaccine work is looking very promising, before the end of the year.” His insistence that a vaccine was possible in such a short time span prompted experts to suggest Trump would need a divine intervention to be right.Experts argued back in May that the testing and production of a vaccine was more than a year away. Dr. Walter Orenstein, a professor at Emory University, told NBC News that month that a vaccine in less than a year would be a “miracle.” Well guess what Trump performed that ‘miracle and had produced over a million vaccines before Biden got into office. (CNN)President-elect Joe Biden received his first dose of the Pfizer and BioNTech coronavirus vaccine on live television Monday afternoon and reassured Americans of the vaccine’s safety. Bide was not even president before receiving his vaccine.

    • Robert O'Brien | March 15, 2021 at 8:45 AM | Reply

      @Tommy r Westbrook WERE getting ……. understandably why you are a supporter od the orange todler!

  9. Make Racists Afraid Again | March 14, 2021 at 4:08 PM | Reply

    Not one member of my family has contracted COVID-19.
    We take no chances. No visits.

  10. denise burns | March 14, 2021 at 4:30 PM | Reply

    I’m grateful that I haven’t

  11. พิเชษฐ นิลศิริ | March 14, 2021 at 4:31 PM | Reply

    รูปหล่อ คล้ายๆ แต่ไม่เหมือน เพราะคนละคนกัน แต่ทั้งคู่ รูปงาม

  12. Greatful that I was able to witness my grandson learn to read and write his ABC’s. It’s been tough but, I wouldn’t trade that for the world

  13. My grandmother caught COVID and honestly I’m so blessed that we were able to see her one last time in person. So many didn’t get even that…

  14. Linda Pinda Belinda | March 14, 2021 at 9:58 PM | Reply

    I’m grateful that we got our news from global sources, so we knew by the end of January last year there was a pandemic. We spent the first two weeks of February buying masks, hand sanitizers, toilet paper, and lots of food. By the time the pandemic was announced officially in the United States, none of those things could be purchased.

  15. People’s Patriot | March 14, 2021 at 11:39 PM | Reply

    I am so grateful to the greatest president who ever lived Donald J Trump and operation warp speed. Thank you for asking!! Long live Donald Trump.

    • I’m also thankful to Trump for losing the entire government in just four years, giving Dems a chance to finally fix this broken country. Thanks Trump 💙

    • People’s Patriot | March 15, 2021 at 9:57 AM | Reply

      @jkrt I was expecting a harsher critique of my comment! So there’s still hope for us🤪🤔😜😆😋😁 enjoy it while you can.

  16. Biden’s stimmy bill 💙

  17. I’m grateful for still being able to go to the grocery store

  18. Diana Harris | March 15, 2021 at 9:44 AM | Reply

    I’m thankful for Biden and Harris! An no more trump lies n tweets!

  19. I’m grateful to be alive, for being raised to follow the rules and listen to people who know more than I do & to above all be patient. I’m also grateful that there remain people who try to report the news honestly and with compassion even though part of their job is opinion and entertainment. Thank you for helping to bring your efforts and abilities to viewers this past year. I’ve watched quite a bit on your network sometimes smiling, sometimes through tears but never with disappointment afterwards. Keep it up for all like me out here. And keep giving yourself those metaphorical pinches so you always remember how real and important what you do is.

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