Welcome to Local Talk on KHOI Community Radio, where we explore the People, Stories, and Events in Central Iowa and provide important information as we work together to lessen and one day gain control of the COVID-19 pandemic.
I am Mike Meetz, your host for this hour, along with engineer Mike Murphy, Anna Magnusson alias; Anna Banana, and our good friend and neighbor, Pat Schlarbaum-
Good morning friends!
(Music) John Hartford, Indian War Whoop; O’Bro Where at Thou, 1m 31s
Mike Meetz shares his (Turkey Thanksgiving Story)
Steve Sullivan, Mary Greeley Medical Center Director of Marketing and Community Relations: share some updates;
Case numbers, rate of positives, the severity range number of ICU respirator cases, where are the cases centered, adequate bed space,
staff resources, PPE, Morale at hospital, staff infection, testing site locations.
Dr. Megan Srinivas is an Infectious Disease Physician who’s main focus is to address the disparities of the health resource allocation in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Case numbers, rate of positives, the severity (range of effects), number of ICU respirator cases, where are the cases concentrated, adequate bed space, staff resources, PPE, Morale at hospital, staff infection, testing site locations in her area.
Funding Pitch with Pat
Susan Qwiasda, Ames Public Relations Officer,
Andrea Cardenas, Ames Health Promotion Coordinator
Ames City employee COVID-positive numbers increase, “COVID-19 fatigue,” and what she is learning about virus spread within the City organization. suggestion mitigation actions to reduce holiday risks.
(Music) John Denver, Eagles and Horses 4m 45s
Anna, KHOI’s Top Good News Banana
Engineered by Mike Murphy and produced by Lynne Carey and Ursula Ruedenberg. Our theme song, is Backtrackin’ by Tom Richards and Al Harris
from their CD, the Ballad of Kate Shelley.
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