Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Are in fact stereotypes everywhere? What happens when this guy walks in and speaks perfect Chinese?

There are reports that China is trying to hack into American medical research, meanwhile in Venezuela – hard hit by the coronavirus – there is word of more arrests in an attempt to overthrow the government. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer checks in with Tony to analyze.

California was hit with the coronavirus emergency before New York, New Jersey and Chicago. But still, the Golden State has fared – by every measure – far better than colder places like the Big Apple. The total cases of COVID-19 in California stands at just one-fifth of that in New York State. And California has recorded 10% of the deaths. It’s not just California. Texas has also seen a coronavirus problem nowhere near as widespread or as deadly as New York. Neither has Florida. All four states have enormous populations, they all have densely packed urban centers and they boast international hub airports. While there is no consensus yet, researchers now believe that the outside temperature and, possibly humidity, plays a role in making the virus spread less aggressively or intensely – even where people may be living in close quarters without social distancing measures. ABC News' Aaron Katersky joins Tony with a look.

The future of JCPS amid the COVID 19 pandemic. Superintendent Marty Pollio joins Tony to talk about it.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to talk about businesses' transition from Healthy at Home to Healthy at Work, as well as the need for federal help for cities, states and counties.

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