We spoke to Jessica and got some info from her. They have temporarily closed their Mandeville location and consolidated in Covington. They are following CDC guidelines for their curbside pickup. Hear more in the interview below.
Don Shea shared the newest numbers with us, with the jobless claims being pretty high locally. He also talked about some local opportunities for temporary work. Hear what he said in the interview below.
Nick talked about some of the stressing things we are dealing with during quarantine. We talked about arguments with our spouses and how to deal with our children. Hear him in the interview below.
Lori shared some tips for dealing with our kids over this long stretch of time. They are doing a lot of things online right now too while the center is closed. Hear her below.
Alexandra joined us with a new friend she brought home for the day. they have some new protocols in place when it comes to visiting the Humane Society. They are asking customers/clients to stay in their cars and they are going out to your car in PPE to get your pet for their appointment. Hear…
Parish President Mike Cooper called in early this morning. He told us we all did a little better job with large gatherings on the waterways but he said we need to do better when making trips to stores. Hear him in the interview below.
Susan called in to talk about the new emergency relief fund they are using to help people on the Northshore. She spoke about giving to the fund, but she also spoke about giving to any cause during these trying times. Hear her in the interview below.
Nicole spoke to us from her “home office” about everything they are doing to assist the hospital as they address this crisis. They need supplies and other donations and you can hear her talk about it in the interview below.
Experts say getting in a routine, even when you have nothing to do, can be very important to maintaining your mental health. Nick Richard and Brenda Martin spoke about this in an interview we did today. Hear that interview in the bit below.
Elaine spoke about steps STHS has taken to safely recycle some masks and cut down on the number of masks they go through every day. Hear how they do it in the interview below.