On the front line of COVID-19: Telling the stories of those shaping this crisis

This month I had the opportunity to interview lots of truly inspiring people who are hard at work right now making a difference in the coronavirus crisis. So many people — from those checking out customers at the grocery store, to mail carriers, to techs, nurses and doctors taking care of patients — are putting their own lives at risk to keep life moving along for the rest of us. I talked about how life has changed over the past few months with local teachers, who switched from in-classroom to online teaching over one weekend, as well as Dr. Lauren Ancel Meyers, the top epidemiologist at the University of Texas, and Rabbi Anna Beroll, a chaplain at a medical center. Hearing from them, especially at such a busy time, and sharing their perspectives was a huge honor, and I am glad I had the chance to do it.

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