Lauren Weber, KHN Midwest correspondent, spoke on January 29 about the introduction of the Covid-19 vaccine for WAMUs “1A”.
Chaseedaw Giles, Social Media Manager at KHN, discussed racial differences in the distribution of Covid vaccines with NBC LX News on February 3.
Sarah Jane Tribble, senior correspondent for KHN, discussed why President Joe Biden’s application of the Defense Production Act with NPR’s “Weekend Edition Saturday” January 30th may not result in more vaccines getting to market faster.
Elisabeth Rosenthal, editor-in-chief of KHN, discussed with John Williams of WGN on February 3 why the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines was chaotic and difficult to come by for the people who need them.
Angela Hart, California Healthline correspondent, discussed how the slow adoption of vaccines by the state is helping to drive memory efforts on the KQED forum on February 2 and on Slate’s What Next podcast on February 1 Advancing California Governor Gavin Newsom.
Rae Ellen Bichell, KHN Colorado correspondent, spoke on KUNC’s “Colorado Edition” on February 1 about how rural communities are getting creative with vaccine distribution.
On February 3rd, KHN correspondent Anna Almendrala discussed the lifting of the California ban on outdoor dining with KPBS’s “Midday Edition”.
California Healthline’s senior correspondent, Anna Maria Barry-Jester, discussed on January 29th at KPCC’s “AirTalk” how the US can keep new Covid variants at bay.
Tribble also discussed KHN’s “Where It Hurts” podcast with Public Radio Tulsa’s Medical Monday on January 25 and the “Rural Matters” podcast on January 22.
Kaiser Health News (KHN) is a national health policy news service. It is an editorially independent program of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation that is not affiliated with Kaiser Permanente.
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