Vaccine Incentive Effectiveness/ Future Of Long-Term And Senior Care / Pandemic Shopping Trends / California Wine Roundup
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Erick Leonard gets a vaccine from nurse Lauren Fishbein at a drive through clinic in Sacramento County on March 3, 2021.
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The COVID-19 vaccine distribution effort continues across the U.S., and with that has come a growing discussion over how vaccine incentives can help the country reach herd immunity. The pandemic has also exposed the weaknesses of congregate care facilities and magnified the need for more at-home and community options; we take a closer look at the future of elder and long-term care. A culture and lifestyle writer joins us with more on the evolution of shopping trends during COVID-19 and what you need to know in the world of wine.
- Fordham University Bioethicist, Adjunct Professor and Rolling Stone Contributing Editor Dr. Elizabeth Yuko on how vaccine incentives and other behavioral tools can help the U.S. reach herd immunity
- Director, Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation and The BOLD Public Health Center of Excellence on Dementia at the University of Minnesota, Joseph Gaugler, discusses the future of elder and long-term care amid COVID-19 and how the Biden Administration is addressing the issues
- Culture-lifestyle writer and editor Troy Segal navigates shopping trends during the pandemic, how they’ve evolved, and what we’re seeing right now
- Author, journalist, and wine expert Rick Kushman with updates on wine/wineries in the region and across California as pandemic restrictions loosen, and the impact of extreme drought and wildfires