Mike Cooper checked in with us to talk about what they are doing to help fight the virus. He also wanted to recognize that is it National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. He thanked the men and women who work in that profession.
St Tammany Health System is using a robot to kill germs. The “twins” are machines designed to wipe out germs and they do so with ultra strong light. It is very effective against COVID 19. Hear David explain it in the interview below.
Miranda called in to explain how they are coping with the pandemic. We spoke about the cancelled Crawfish Cookoff and what that means for them going through the rest of the year. Hear her talk about it in the interview below.
Parish President Mike Cooper called in to talk about the weather last night and who doesn’t have power. He also spoke about the Easter weekend and urged everyone to stay the course, remaining at home so we can stop the spread. Hear him below.
Angie spoke about some of the problems she sees coming as a result of the pandemic. She offered options for those who suffer from substance abuse or have thoughts about harming themselves. Hear her speak about it in the interview below.
The main point Mayor Villere wanted to get across had to do with the Lakefront. While citizens are encouraged to exercise the city is asking them to keep moving when they are done and make sure they are practicing social distancing.
The guys from Rapid Urgent Care talked about their new protocols and how they are treating their regular patients and patients who may need to be tested for COVID. Hear them talk about it in the interview below.
Nick brought along Dr. George Schreiner to talk about the things we need to be thinking about and doing as we are sitting through this quarantine. Hear his ideas in the interview below.
We spoke to Phil in Kansas City this morning. He’s going to do a Facebook Live concert from his living room tonight to support Family Promise. Hear the American Idol star talk about it in the interview below.
Dr. LaMartina and Tim joined us from the Bone and Joint Clinic. They wanted to let our listeners know that if someone suffers a bone or joint injury and would normally go to the ER, they can instead come to the clinic. Hear them explain it in the interview below.