Pat, who is going on 107 years old, says she was surprised that her difficulty breathing was caused by a heart problem, not her lungs.
Many musicians are writing music relating to the strange time defined by Covid-19. Two local songwriters, Ted Hajnasiewicz and Ryan Ruud are among them. They got together virtually, and then their project grew. As we listen to a singer who goes by Waltzing on Waves, Ted told Phil Nusbaum about writing with Ryan.
You may have seen photos on social media recently of Comet NEOWISE. Will chatted with “Astro Bob” blogger Bob King about the NEOWISE and when we can see it along the North Shore.
Minnesota musician Jeremy Messersmith joined Ann and Will for a socially distant performance right outside the WTIP studios.
The “safe learning plan” provides very detailed guidance for school administrators and parents to help figure out the complex problem of whether kids should be back in classrooms, or continue with distance learning, or whether schools should take a combined approach.
Governor Walz calls the plan a “localized, data-driven approach” where school leaders can make decisions based on what is happening in their county with regard to the number of COVID cases and the rate of spread in their local community.
A statewide conversation with Minnesota’s Governor Tim Walz. It’s your opportunity to ask questions about Minnesota’s response and plans during this COVID-19 pandemic. This week the governor answered questions about the schools and his emergency powers.
If you didn’t get a chance to send or call in your question this week email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-562-9895.
The Coronavirus continues to spread statewide, with cases in every county now and the median age about 36 years old. Hospital admissions are up, and so is the number of patients needing intensive care. Officials say even though the state has processed more than a million tests, there are still not enough to meet the demand.