Monday, January 3: COVID Surge; CT School Plans; Remembering Betty White

Jan 03, 2022, 04:42 PM

Dr. Ron Clark was on to talk about the surge in COVID-positive patients, and how emergency rooms are handling that in 2022, vs. the very beginning of the pandemic. (0:00)

Fran Rabinowitz talks about the plans for schools, in light of the recent COVID surge. She does not think a return to virtual learning is the right move, and strongly believes that students and teachers are safe enough to continue going in for classes. (16:39)

Ray Richmond wrote a book about Betty White, and was on to talk about her incredible life and career, which started with one the very first television broadcasts in history. (26:52)

Chaz and AJ talked about Amazon having to update and change their Echo products (AKA "Alexa") after a 10-year-old was told by one to electrocute herself. AJ had more than one story about getting zapped, and the Tribe called in to share some of their own experiences with electricity. (43:55)

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