Understanding Israeli-Palestinian Territories Conflict / Woodland Memorial Hospital Mobile Vaccine Clinic / Migratory bats
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UC Berkeley Political Science Professor Ron Hassner joins us from Tel Aviv to explain the latest developments surrounding the conflict between Israel and Palestinian territories. Woodland Memorial Hospital nurses show us their mobile vaccine clinic, reaching out to vulnerable populations unlikely or unable to access traditional vaccination sites. Plus, the Yolo Basin Foundation discusses their annual Bat Talk and Walk Summer Programs, visiting a colony of migratory bats that live under Yolo Causeway during the summer.
- UC Berkeley Political Science Professor Ron Hassner joins us from Tel Aviv to explain the latest developments between Israel and Palestinian territories
- Woodland Memorial Hospital works alongside Yolo County to administer thousands of vaccines via a mobile clinic. We tag along with the Hospital's chief nurse Gena Bravo, nurse Susan Gonzalez, administration manager Jennean Rogers, and Yolo County homeless services coordinator Nadia Waggener, reaching out to vulnerable populations who are unlikely or unable to access traditional vaccination sites
Woodland Memorial Hospital's mobile COVD-19 vaccine clinic in Davis on June 4, 2021.Vicki Gonzalez / CapRadio
- Bat expert Corky Quirk discusses the Yolo Basin Foundation’s annual Bat Talk and Walk Summer Programs, visiting a colony of migratory Mexican free-tailed bats that live under the I-80 Yolo Causeway during the summer