ICYMI – Sea-and-sun therapy, Texas border wall
The story of this Catalan COVID-19 patient, soaking up seaside sunshine, resonated with audiences all around the world. After 114 days in ICU, Joan Soler Sendra, age 63, was taken by the hospital staff for some sun-and-sea therapy, as he was finally able to breathe without his respirator.
It can be hard to find the hope and light in a coronavirus story. This one speaks to just that.
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After 114 days in the ICU, Catalan COVID-19 patient soaks up seaside sunshine
Medical staff rolled Joan Soler Sendra, 63, across the street in his hospital bed to bask on the sunlit seashore, in his first outing after almost four months in intensive care in Barcelona’s Hospital del Mar.
A group of over 100 asylum seeking migrants head to Texas border wall
A group of 107 asylum-seeking migrants from Central America could be seen heading to the U.S.-Mexico border wall in Penitas, Texas, on Friday (March 26).
Seville’s fashion sector show-off traditional mantilla dresses
Women fan a model wearing a mantilla dress as she lies on the ground after having suffered from dizziness before the start of an event to show-off traditional mantilla costumes created by different designers, in Seville, Spain.
Trial continues for Minneapolis officer accused in George Floyd killing
Gwen Carr, Eric Garner’s mother, stands with Philonise Floyd during a media conference outside the Hennepin County Government Center on the seventh day in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who is facing murder charges in the death of George Floyd.