‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer Demi Lovato went to Instagram on the worst day in the United States of the coronavirus pandemic to express her sadness regarding the people who lost their lives to COVID-19.
As known, the coronavirus has begun spreading faster more than ever since earlier September all around the world, however, the most affected country has become the United States of America.
According to multiple news outlets, December 12 was reported as one of the top 10 deadliest days in U.S. history because of the coronavirus. So much so that, on Saturday, more than 3,300 coronavirus deaths were recorded in the U.S.
To comment on the devastating news and draw attention to the seriousness of the disease, Lovato released the following message through Instagram Stories:
“More than 3,300 Americans died from Covid today. This was the deadliest day in the country of the pandemic so far.”
Then the singer & actor, who told Vogue Magazine that her mental health was going worse amid the pandemic, continued her message by expressing how much she is in sorrow because of the results of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“My heart is heavy tonight thinking of the lives lost today and every day since the whole thing started.”
As might fans recall, back in September, Lovato told of the impacts of the virus on herself in the same interview by saying that “the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic” made her anxiety skyrocketed. Continued:
“I was suddenly confronted with all these questions: ‘When are we going to go back to work?’ ‘Are more people going to have to die?’ ‘How bad is this going to get?’ Everything was so suddenly out of my control and not just for me individually, but for us as a global community. It was, and remains, a truly unprecedented time in history.”
Here is the mentioned message by Lovato.