WWJ In Depth: Coronavirus In Michigan

By WWJ Newsradio 950

(WWJ) It's the second work-from-home week for many in metro Detroit, and Day One of an unprecedented "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order in Michigan

In the latest episode of our podcast "WWJ In Depth," host Rob St. Mary takes a look at how teachers, parents and the blood bank are holding up during the COVID-19 outbreak; while a Detroit area writer highlights a novel about rabbits that can give us something to think about in these times of uncertainty. 

For this episode, St. Mary spoke with Dr. Robert Shaner, Superintendent of Rochester Community Schools, as well as parent Maria Miceli. Also, Todd Kulman, spokesperson for the American Red Cross in Michigan, and author Kathe Koja. 

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