Muslims Adapt To A New Reality For This Year's RamadanPlay
Ramadan is typically a time for togetherness and prayers. But as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Muslim community is finding new ways to come together as a community.
WAMU's Carmel Delshad (@cdelshad) reports.
NPR is remembering people who have died of coronavirus as they continued to work outside their homes during the pandemic: health care workers; grocery store clerks; city and town services employees; police; domestic workers; mail carriers; caretakers; those who kept serving others as the rest of us have stayed home.
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This segment aired on May 5, 2020.