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Episode 5 | May 20, 2020 Back to FedRadioDetroit

Taking Care of Our Community During COVID-19 – Body & Soul

FedRadio Detroit sounds a little different this month, but then again everything is different right now, – from the way we grocery shop, to the way our kids go to school, to the way we record a podcast. This month’s guests have become experts in the new normal that is the COVID-19 pandemic, working around the clock to take care of the physical and spiritual needs of the people they serve.

Dr. Sandford Veider, Medical Director and co-owner of Lakes Urgent Care and Chairman and Medical Director of Beaumont Hospital’s Emergency Trauma Center, and Rabbi Michael Moskowitz of Temple Shir Shalom joined FedRadio Detroit hosts Beverly Liss and Sam Dubin via Zoom to discuss what it’s like to care for the community during this pandemic.  

Listen to the full episode and hear more from these two local heroes as they discuss how their worlds have changed since COVID-19 and what you can do to stay healthy and connected — body and soul.

FedRadio Detroit is Federation’s podcast series hosted by Sam Dubin and Beverly Liss and featuring big personalities from Jewish Detroit’s diverse cast of characters. Explore previous episodes and stay tuned for a new episode next month here.

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