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Spectrum News: UC student Abby Holliday performs COVID-19 song to raise spirits

UC family medicine physician, Michael Holliday, joins his daughter in music video

With the coronavirus dominating the topic of discussion and impacting daily lives, most families are stuck at home looking for things to do. So, University of Cincinnati senior Abby Holliday decided to take everything she was feeling and experiencing about COVID-19, and make a song out of it—and post it on Facebook—where it’s been shared more than 700 times. 

Abby spoke with Spectrum News about her song which the social work major and her family celebrated during a music video about sheltering in place with family to stay safe and health in the midst of COVID-19.  Michael Holliday, MD, associate professor of family medicine, appeared in the video with his son Luke, daughters, Grace (also a UC student) and Rachel, along with wife Holly and mother-in-law, Brenda Hardin.

Listen to her interview on Spectrum News.

Listen to her interview on WKRC-TV.

Read more about the Holliday family and their video online.

Lead image: Michael Holliday, MD, and his daughter Abby, a social work major at UC. Photo courtesy of Abby Holliday.

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