NAMI’s Nick Richard brought in an outside expert to talk about some of the ways the Internet can help people in crisis. We also talked about the lingering effect this pandemic could have on those who are suffering.
William Wainwright spoke about their school’s effort to push their medical industry students over the finish line and into a profession that needs them. He also talked about other industries they believe will have demand for graduates in the near future.
Mike Cooper talked about where we are in the COVID-19 fight, and really stressed that we have to keep doing what we are doing. He also thanked medical personnel and others who are working to get us through this.
We talked about the Foundation’s efforts to help fund some of the COVID 19 fight. She also spoke about how people can get involved and support local businesses at the same time. Hear her below.
Dr. Kelly told us about testing they are doing at both of her offices. She also talked about some different theories for treatment that she says are showing promise.
Christina joined us to talk about steps they are taking to help during this crisis. Their online resource page will help direct local business owners on how they can get help. Hear more below.
Don told us what Tri-Parish Works is doing to help and he broke down the jobless numbers so far. Needless to say, the job numbers locally are eye opening. Hear him below.
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.