CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Returns to Anchor Chair After Recovering from Coronavirus
Posted Apr 29, 2020
“Let me start with a thank you. Thank you for sending me so much love and prayers.” CNN’s Brooke Baldwin returned to the anchor chair Monday following her battle with coronavirus. Baldwin recounted how grappling with the virus “gave me a beating physically and mentally” and said, “It was relentless and scary and lonely, but I was one of the lucky ones.”
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