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Think you’re upset that you haven’t been able to score hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes or a thermometer during this pandemic? Well, not being able to get those items and more is something Barb Prost takes personally.

In late March, Sara Brodsky, a nurse at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, learned that her intensive care unit would be the first in St. Louis to switch to working only with patients sick with COVID-19.

A typical day for Dr. Michael Klevens starts about 6:30 or 7 a.m., when he checks in with the emergency departments at St. Luke’s Hospital in Chesterfield and St. Luke’s Des Peres Hospital  to see how the previous night went. 

Max Oppenheimer, marketing director of the Brentmoor Retirement Community, typically spends much of his time networking and providing tours of the University City residence, which has a significant Jewish population.

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