KZMU News: Thursday April 9, 2020

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On today’s news we check in with Jen Sadoff, CEO of Moab Regional Hospital, to learn more about tracking potential COVID-19 surges, necessary changes to PPE requirements for hospital staff, as well as preemptive testing of special at risk populations in Grand County. Plus, Utah Governor Gary Herbert announces an order requiring all adults to complete a COVID-19 travel declaration form when entering the state. And later, stories from our partners at Utah Public Radio about studying viruses and cleaning for the current pandemic, KOTO on the cancellation of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, and the Mountain West News Bureau on one man practicing ‘social distancing’ for almost 50 years. Tune in.

Show Notes:

Jen Sadoff, CEO of Moab Regional Hospital, Interview (00:00 – 17:30 min)
Dr. Pablo Johnson on wearing face masks and goggles –…549742079308181/
Dr. Dylan Cole presentation to the Grand County Council (starts at 51 min) –

Utah Governor announces COVID-19 Travel Declaration (17:30 – 18:30 min)…onavirus-updates/

Info on Viruses, Cleaning for Coronavirus (18:30 – 24:00 min)
‘What Exactly Is a Virus?’ Utah Public Radio
‘Cleaning With Coronavirus in Mind’ Utah Public Radio

Telluride Bluegrass Festival Cancelled for 2020 (24:00 – 26:00 min)
Koto-community-radio-490126417 – Newscast-4-8-20

Need Tips on Social Distancing? This Guy’s Been Doing It For Almost 50 Years (26:00 – 31:00 min)…t-50-years

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