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KNX, Charles Feldman, Mike Simpson discussed on KNX Programming

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Any still life the cellphone five connector to the seven ten is closed next report coming up at seven thirty five AM Jeff things with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio lots of sunshine in our forecast for tomorrow no rain in the forecast impact is going to be a sunny and warming up week tomorrow's going to be in the upper sixties to low seventies Santa Monica right now fifty eight degrees we continue our rebroadcast of KNX in depth with segments recorded earlier you're listening to KNX in depth along with Charles Feldman by Mike Simpson it's as if a mass of home schooling experiment was forced in millions of school kids their teachers their parents the most no preparations for it but here we are two weeks into corona virus induced remote learning how's it going well check at the bottom of the hour right now those supermarkets pretty much the last places where masses of people can go and gather increasing questions and concerns about whether the markets are potential breeding grounds for infections Dr Caroline Bucky is assistant professor of epidemiology at Harvard school of public health okay so let's start with a lot of questions were saying on Twitter and Facebook should I be concerned.