Naga Munchetty, 45, is a regular fixture on the BBC Breakfast sofa alongside her co-star Charlie Stayt, 58. The broadcaster shared a candid message on Twitter as she urged her 238,000 followers to watch a clip about the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on intensive care workers in the NHS.
Naga Munchetty's heartbreak as BBC host addresses COVID concerns (Image: BBC/WENN)
Naga Munchetty shared a tweet with a broken heart emoji (Image: TWITTER NAGA MUNCHETTY)
Naga retweeted a video from BBC Breakfast's official Twitter account which gave a rare behind the scenes insight into the impact the pandemic has had on NHS workers.
The post read: "As COVID continues to put pressure on hospitals, three intensive care medics take us through a typical night shift."Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Nurse Emily Huntingford, who also appeared on Breakfast, shared the harrowing details of a patient who died from the virus.
The intensive unit care worker shared her devastation as the nurse explained that she had told the patient they will get through it.
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"I had a 32-year-old patient and he was six months older than me," Emily explained.
"I thought he would be fine. I reassured him that he would be fine."
The nurse added: "And then he didn't live."
Naga took to the micro-blogging