Alessia Bonari: the nurse symbol of the fight against Coronavirus on the red carpet of Venice

She sadly jumped to the headlines for the photo that portrayed her, on March 9, 2020, with her face full of bruises caused by the mask, an individual protection device necessary in her profession as a nurse. Her face was full of signs, after yet another grueling work shift in the middle of the Covid 19 emergency. Alessia Bonari, 23, a Tuscan nurse, walked the red carpet of “Padrenostro” at the Venice Film Festival on Friday evening.

Thanks Venice for all the affection

She representing all the people, nurses, doctors and health workers who fought the battle against the Coronavirus on the front line. “Thanks Venice for all the affection received but above all thanks to my Italy” writes Alessia in a photo, posted on her Instagram account, with a long black dress (Momon branded), side hair and a shy smile of someone who is not used to photographers flash. I’m afraid because the mask may not adhere well to my face, or I may have accidentally touched my dirty gloves, or maybe the lenses do not completely cover my eyes and something may have passed, wrote Alessia months ago, who had revealed that she was afraid to go at work but that this wouldn’t stop her. Becoming the symbol of the fight against Coronavirus.

Character of the year

Under his photo on the red carpet hundreds of comments from his 111,000 followers: “Finally a person worthy of treading the red carpet. You are an angel! Thanks every day for what you do for the next one ”they write to her. And again: “A deserved red carpet”, “beautiful inside and out” and “your humility and your simplicity will take you high”. The nurse, who works in a hospital in Milan, also received the character of the year award, organized by Tiziana Rocca.

September 5, 2020 (change September 5, 2020 | 16:09)

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