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The homeless not only face with the cold weather, but also the coronavirus. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talked with Bee Miller, executive director of Diakonia, about the impact of the virus on their efforts to provide assistance and shelter to this population.

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Many homeless are now hunkered down inside shelters waiting out the coronavirus pandemic. In part two of our interview with Bee Miller, executive director of Diakonia, Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush talks with her about how they coping with the isolation from the outside world.

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The coronavirus pandemic has forced homeless shelters to take precautions as they dig in for the duration of the pandemic while attempting to service this population. Bee Miller, the executive director of Diakonia on the Eastern Shore, tells Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush about shelter's efforts to help the homeless while protecting against the virus.

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On this Thanksgiving Day many Americans will sit down for a large dinner with family and friends. However, during this holiday season, the Food Pantries will be working overtime to meet the need of those who have much less on their table. Diakonia's executive director Claudia Nagle tells Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush she has seen a sharp increase in demand by families for donated food.