Covid was named Time Magazine 'Person of the Year 2020' by 19 leading fighters. Readers of Time Magazine named Time Magazine's Person of the Year this year, including doctors, nurses, health workers, police officers, distribution workers and grocers who risked their lives to serve during the Covid 19 crisis.
Time demanded that the individuals or groups affected by 2020 be chosen by ballot. Readers chose essential service providers from over eighty contestants, including U.S President Donald Trump, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the Pope. Of the more than eight million votes cast, Covid worker s received 19.5 percent of the vote for the 19 front-runners.
Apart from this, other individuals and groups who stood apart during the Covid period also received readers' votes. One of them is Anthony Fauzi, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He is a man who has emerged as a loyal person amidst misinformation related to Covid 19. He came in second with 5% of the vote. Time described him as the authoritative voice in the U.S. Kovid defense.
Firefighters came in third with 4.3 percent of the vote. Time says firefighters have risked their lives to fight wildfires around the world, from Australia to the United States. Black Lives Matter activists, who led and inspired global protests against systematic racism and police brutality following the assassinations of George Floyd and Briona Taylor, came in fourth with 4% of the vote. Joe Biden, the president - elected of the United States, is in fifth place with 3.8 percent of the vote.