How to Self-Isolate at Home When You Have COVID-19
Joseph Allen , assistant professor of exposure assessment science, director of the Healthy Buildings program at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and author of the forthcoming Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance and Productivity (Harvard University Press, April 2020), talks about how to keep other families members or roommates healthy when one member of the household is sick with COVID-19.
The Art of the Pandemic
Listeners share the art projects they're working on through the COVID-19 outbreak: whether they're making do with materials at hand, directly addressing the pandemic or finding a way to take their focus elsewhere.
— R_Weisburd (@r_weisburd)
— sam (@sam_neighbor)
— jacktoolin (@jacktoolin)
— soumiya lakshmi (@soumiyalakshmi)
— WendyBorn1 (@Born1Wendy)
— Annabelle (@rebolinyc)
— seldon yuan (@selbot)
— One NYC Quaker (@NYCityQuaker)
— Elise Engler (@Drawitall)
Social Distancing as The New Culture Wars
McKay Coppins , staff writer at The Atlantic and the author of The Wilderness: Deep Inside the Republican Party's Combative, Contentious, Chaotic Quest to Take Back the White House (Little Brown, 2015), talks about how some Conservatives and Republicans are defying social distancing measures as a political act.
Ask The Mayor: Rent Freezes During Pandemic, Equipment Donation, Crowded Public Transportation
New York City Mayor, Bill de Blasio takes calls from listeners and discusses this week in the city including a proposal to freeze rent for rent controlled apartments, how listeners can donate equipment like ventilators and masks and what to do if your train or bus is crowded.
Brian Lehrer Weekend: Masks for All; Lessons From China for New York; The Census Begins
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them.
Masks for All? (First) | Lessons From China for New York (Starts at 28:04) | Census 2020: The Count Begins (Starts at 58:40)
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