State of Affairs, Coronavirus: Face Masks Have a Starring Role On TV Now, Weekend Preview
State of Affairs
The results from the 2020 Election are almost completely in for SoCal races and - it’s great news for Republicans running for Congress. Plus, major flubs by state lawmakers who say the public should do one thing for their safety, but then secretly break those rules when they think no one’s watching.
- Marisa Lagos, political correspondent for KQED
- Zach Courser, professor at Claremont McKenna College
Coronavirus: Tobin Nichols
The impact of COVID-19: We meet Tobin Nichols, who contracted the virus 8 months ago and is still dealing with lingering lung and breathing issues and what he calls "Covid brain fog."
Coronavirus: Vaccine Distribution in Los Angeles
We are again on high alert about the spread of the coronavirus. But given that we have positive news from Pfizer and Moderna about vaccine effectiveness, we can hopefully look forward to getting some relief sometime next year, but how might it come to us? And who will get it first?
- Vickie Mays, Director of the UCLA Center on Research, Education, Training and Strategic Communication on Minority Health Disparities
Coronavirus: Face Masks Have a Starring Role on TV Now
There's a new starring role in many new shows this TV season: face masks. However, sometimes those masks aren't being worn correctly, if at all. We discuss who's modeling masks right, and who's getting it wrong.
- John Horn, host of Hollywood, The Sequel
Coronavirus: What's Happening To Restaurants
The state issued a limited stay at home order yesterday… mimicking LA County's mandate earlier in the week that all non-essential businesses stay closed from 10:oo p.m. to 5:00 a.m. the next morning. So what does this all mean if I am hungry after 10 o'clock at night?
- Elina Shatkin, LAist food editor
KPCC's Leo Duran shares some of the best things to do online this weekend in Southern California.