Tucker Carlson spent part of Friday’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” reading parts of letters from two anonymous New York City nurses detailing their experiences on the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus.”I’m currently in isolation because I was exposed to a COVID-positive patient 12 days ago. In my unit … we’re just wearing a regular gown, a face mask with … eyes and head exposed,” wrote one nurse. “We do the entire procedure face-to-face with the patient with just a regular mask and gown, even when they show signs and symptoms of COVID-19.”SCIENTISTS OFFER HOPEFUL NEWS ON COVID-19 VACCINE BASED ON VIRUS’ MUTATION RATEThe first nurse also outlined the difficulty of getting tested before talking about her fears for her and her family’s health.”I’m on my eighth day of isolation, experiencing coughing with a runny nose, pounding headaches and diarrhea,” she wrote. “I’ve tried to call the hotlines that they’re giving to the people of New York to get tested. They just turned me down since I’m not sick enough. It terrifies me that I haven’t been tested because I’m turning 51 soon and suffer from asthma, diabetes and hypertension.””What scares me the most is what will happen to my son [with] a lifelong

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