Caroline Radnofsky and Suzanne Ciechalski18h ago / 7:56 PM UTCA Seattle nurse was brought to tears Thursday night by the sound of her community clapping and cheering for the city’s health care workers. Ashlyn Juul, a nurse at Swedish Hospital in Washington state, works night shifts most of the time, but happened to work a day shift the first night the city of Seattle did this, her girlfriend, Mara Curley, told NBC News. “She is not normally an emotional person, but this has been a hard few weeks as her unit does have COVID positive patients with critically low protective equipment,” Curley said. “These were undoubtedly happy tears to be recognized and appreciated.”Seattle’s Office of Arts and Culture asked the city’s residents to take part in applauding and celebrating from their homes for the people working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gwen Aviles 19h ago / 7:24 PM UTCPope Francis delivers blessing to empty St. Peter’s SquarePope Francis presides over a moment of prayer on the sagrato of St. Peter’s Basilica on March 27, 2020.Yara Nardi / Pool via AFP via Getty ImagesPope Francis delivered a special “Urbi et Orbi” blessing to an empty St. Peter’s Square on Friday, praying

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