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Essential Employee Spotlight: Dayton Foodbank

The unsung heroes of today’s society are those working to provide basic needs, things otherwise not thought about, to people who find themselves dealing with financial hardships during the coronavirus pandemic.

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From the frontlines: Grocery store employees

Grocery store employees at Dorothy Lane Market (DLM) in Springboro experience the stress of the pandemic firsthand as they struggle to keep shelves stocked.

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Working in a hospital during coronavirus pandemic

Jason Rodriquez, a Wright State University (WSU) alumnus, now works for Kettering Health Network where he notices the effects of coronavirus.

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From the frontlines: Police Departments

With the situation that the world is in, it is important to have and appreciate essential employees who keep things going. One of the many essential workers that are put to the task are police officers.

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From the frontlines: Physicians, medical workers adapting to changes

Healthcare workers are vital to treating those inflicted with the coronavirus. They are fighting on the frontlines to flatten the curve and are risking their health and their family’s health every day to help those in need.

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From the frontlines: Pandemic childcare employees

Many area centers chose to apply to be pandemic centers, while others made the choice to close their doors for the month. Precious Ones Learning Center has been granted the temporary license, in which ratios were cut to a fraction of what they were previously.

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A shift from learning to surviving: Medical students on the fight against coronavirus

The coronavirus has drastically changed the lives of WSU students and residents who currently work or are preparing to work in the medical field.

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