Singer Shulem Lemmer Approached To Help Raise Awareness Of COVID-19 In Religious Communities

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Trump administration has recruited a Chassidic singer to help raise awareness about the coronavirus in Orthodox Jewish communities in New York City and its surrounding areas amid a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Shulem Lemmer, 30, said he was “approached” by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to “to help bring awareness of anything COVID-19-related to the Orthodox Jewish community & beyond.”

He also noted that he will be interviewing U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir, presumably to gain more information about the situation and what specific measures can be instituted to contain it over and above the general guidelines of hand-washing, social distancing and wearing a face mask.

In 2018, Lemmer, a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., became the first Chassidic singer to sign with a major U.S. record label, Decca Gold, a division of Universal Music.




  1. For change to happen it needs to start at the top.
    Comrades Blah blah blah and Come On aren’t trusted by our community. Closing camps cemented our lack of relationship.

  2. Wow. Mamesh amazing. President Trump had Mr. Lemmer’s cellphone number on his speed dial! Unbelievable. Now I’m getting nervous the President may call me to give a Shabbos Shuva drasha.


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