How To Have a Covid-19 Safe Holiday Season with Weber State, Do Your Part: Covid-19 Stories with Salt Lake County Health, HEAL Utah Warns About Decentivizing Solar Panels
Grace Oscamp of HEAL Utah sounded the alarm about another move by Rocky Mountains Powers bid to pay less for power generated by their customer's solar panels.
Do your Part: A storytelling campaign to change the story on COVID-19 by putting a face and name to those directly affected by the dangerous virus with Nicholas Rupp, Communications & PR Manager, Salt Lake County Health Department. The following is a message from the Salt Lake County Health Department:
COVID-19 is a major health risk to everyone—even you. As case numbers surge in Utah, the stories are from people like you who have experienced the impact firsthand. Who are they?
The strategies to prevent COVID-19 infection are simple and effective. Be vigilant about avoiding confined or poorly ventilated spaces, washing your hands, and wearing a face covering and social distancing—even with people you love.
How To Stay Safe and Connected and Have a COVID Safe Holiday Season:
Dr. Kathleen Cadman, Assistant Professor at Weber State University, College of Health Professions, School of Nursing and Maddison Johnston, a recent graduate from the school of and postpartum nurse at Davis Hospital, talked about options for the different ways people might plan to spend the holidays and interact with friends and family.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included:
Assoc. Producer/Host: Billy Palmer
Community Co-Host: Nick Burns
Volunteer/Asst. Producer: Natalie Benoy
Executive Producer: Lara Jones