Movie premieres are on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll talk with a critic about the industry’s response. We also hear about research in Wisconsin being done on a plasma treatment for the novel coronavirus. Plus, a look at the pandemic’s impact on religious holidays.
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Major Movie Openings Postponed Due To Coronavirus
The premieres of massive movies, such as Disney’s live-action “Mulan,” have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. We talk with a movie critic about ways the industry has been impacted.
How Faith Communities Are Handling Holidays Amid Novel Coronavirus Outbreak
Holidays during the COVID-19 outbreak could present a challenge for worshippers as social distancing and stay-at-home orders remain the norm. This week, both Passover and Easter will happen as congregants need to stay home. We’ll speak with a rabbi and a pastor about how their respective organizations are worshipping amid the pandemic.
Wisconsin Doctor Donates Plasma To Help Patients With Novel Coronavirus
In March, Dr. David Lal of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin was diagnosed with a mild case of COVID-19. Now, he’s donating his plasma with antibodies to help treat patients with the disease. We’ll talk to him and a medical researcher about the program and how it could help with coronavirus treatment.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Tim Peterson Producer
- J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
- Reggie Ponder Guest
- Rabbi Michal Woll Guest
- Pastor Amanda Stein Guest
- Dr. David Lal Guest
- Jerome Gottschall Guest
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