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Opinion: This medical worker used to be a ‘hero.’ Now he feels hated

I remember how it felt in March, as the shadow began to fall. Empty shelves at the grocery stores. Sirens wailing in New York. And with the dread came a fleeting glimpse of national unity. We cheered from the balconies as the nurses changed their shifts. In Irvine, California, a medical worker saw a message in chalk from neighbor children: “Thank you so much for what you do.” Someone put a sign outside his apartment. It said, “A hero lives here.”

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I remember how it felt in March, as the shadow began to fall. Empty shelves at the grocery stores. Sirens wailing in New York. And with the dread came a fleeting glimpse of national unity. We cheered from the balconies as the nurses changed their shifts. In Irvine, California, a medical worker saw a message in chalk from neighbor children: “Thank you so much for what you do.” Someone put a sign outside his apartment. It said, “A hero lives here.”

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