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KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo join up for the last time, after nearly a year of this reporting project. They'll discuss the impossible online waitlists for vaccines, and if we're ready to reopen schools. And, over the past year of this crisis, what story or moment has stuck with Dave and Aaron the most? This will be the final f…
 
Dr. George Diaz is an infectious disease specialist with Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, WA. He treated the very first confirmed coronavirus patient in the United States, isolating him with the hospital's strictest Ebola precautions and using a robot for examinations. Exactly a year later, he joins KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss the vaccine rollout in Washington state, and whether teachers should be able to cut the line. You can check your current eligibility for the vaccine here. And, Whatcom County is seeing a surge of cases. They expect January to triple what they saw in December, which was already the county's …
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross speaks with Dr. Keith Jerome, head of the University of Washington's Virology Lab, to answer common questions about the vaccine rollout and address the post-holiday surge in cases. Plus, reporter Aaron Granillo joins with more information about your place in line for a vaccine, and the statewide app that should be online next…
 
Social Distancing... lockdowns... PPE shortages... and distance learning. Those were just a handful of the major challenges we faced in 2020. And KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo tracked it all right here, day by day. What were people in Washington thinking and feeling during the very first statewide lockdown? Did the predictions …
 
Governor Inslee's recently revised guidelines mean we could see many school districts reopening for in-person classes before the end of January. Join KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo as they cover what this means for children, teachers and staff across Washington state. And, the next federal relief bill has inched just a little bi…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross is joined by reporter Aaron Granillo to discuss the agonizing process of being so close to a vaccine while daily coronavirus cases numbers have reached a new peak nationwide. How are our hospitals and healthcare providers holding up here in Washington state? Aaron explains our hospital capacity, and who will be at the front o…
 
Reporter Aaron Granillo is joined this week by Mike Lewis, host of KIRO Nights and a familiar voice on the show. They'll take a look at the latest coronavirus stats as a third surge in cases meets with the holiday season. How are we doing on hospital capacity, and what is the current survival rate from the virus? Mike also owns a local bar, and dis…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross talks with Governor Jay Inslee about Washington's response to the pandemic. What is hospital capacity like right now? How dire is this third wave? And what do the predictive models tell us about the rest of the holiday season? Then, reporter Aaron Granillo joins Dave Ross to debrief the interview and look ahead at how we can …
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo cover the encouraging early results of the Pfizer vaccine trial, and chat with Dr. Julie McElrath. She's leading one of 3 major vaccine trials in Seattle and looking for volunteers. And Dr. Stephen Anderson from MultiCare Auburn Medical Center has been working on the frontlines in the emergency dep…
 
The US is hitting a 3rd wave of coronavirus cases while we reconsider our nation's leadership. What would it take for either Biden or Trump to get life in the US "back to normal" again? KIRO Radio's Dave Ross interviews virologist Dr. William Haseltine, a former Harvard researcher with a focus on public health, about how we can banish the pandemic …
 
Reporter Aaron Granillo breaks an exclusive interview with the first confirmed patient in Seattle who was re-infected with the coronavirus. Then, he does a Q&A with KIRO Radio's Dave Ross to answer questions like: how long does immunity last? How many different strains of the virus are out there? And what does this mean for the vaccine? Join the co…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss the fall wave of new coronavirus cases that's sweeping the country, and compare red and blue state policies. Is another lockdown ahead of us in Washington? Governor Inslee did issue some restrictions earlier this week, but only for college campuses. With 35 outbreaks statewide, the message …
 
Coronavirus cases are rising in King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties. But some restrictions are loosening: movie theaters reopen on Friday. Dr. Ali Mokdad from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, which tries to predict when coronavirus cases will rise and why, joins KIRO Radio's Dave Ross to discuss what to expect as we head into colder…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo give a 10-minute recap of Wednesday night's debates. How did the candidates talk about the ongoing pandemic? Incumbent Governor Inslee faced off against his Republican challenger Loren Culp. And Vice President Mike Pence took the stage, behind plexiglass, to debate Senator Kamala Harris. Plus, we'l…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo react to today's breaking news that President Trump has tested positive for the coronavirus. With just 30 days until the election, what does this mean for the health of his campaign - and the health of the country? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss this week's coronavirus news. First up: COVID is accelerating job losses at Boeing, and the company decided this week to shutter it's 787 Dreamliner production line in Everett. The first presidential debate confused and dismayed many of those who tuned in. Dave Ross parses through the mayhe…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss a sobering milestone the US passed this week: 200,000 deaths from COVID-19. How is our country grieving? And what does this say about how we've handled the pandemic so far? Speaking of our pandemic response, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the head of the CDC testified before Congress on Wednesday ab…
 
As skepticism about vaccines rises nationwide, KIRO Radio's Dave Ross calls Dr. Keith Jerome, head of the University of Washington's Virology lab, to ask him the question on everyone's mind: when can we expect a vaccine in pharmacies? By election day? And how safe will it be? Join the conversation on our podcast's Facebook page. See omnystudio.com/…
 
In a freshly formatted weekly episode, KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss the shocking revelations from Bob Woodward's new book, 'Rage,' and play tape of the president admitting to the severity of the virus being far worse than the flu as early as February. How much of a difference would an earlier lockdown or mask mandate h…
 
As students return to Washington State University for a hybrid model of in-person and online classes, student parties are on the rise. So the Pullman Police Department has switched from an education-first approach to issuing fines, and Chief Gary Jenkins joins KIRO Radio's Dave Ross to talk about how it's working in practice. Plus, we have an updat…
 
The CDC instructed states to prepare to distribute a vaccine to health care workers and other high-risk groups by November 1st. KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss whether this timing is politically motivated or being rushed unsafely. And, a sunny Labor Day weekend is fast approaching! Dave Ross tells us how to stay safe whil…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo walk through a widely misinterpreted report from the CDC that only 6% of reported deaths are solely from COVID-19. In other CDC news, a broad reach of the agency's power resulted in a new nationwide eviction moratorium for renters. Who exactly qualifies for this protection? And unemployed Washingto…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss a rumored White House strategy to combat the virus: waiting for herd immunity to kick in. Two new free testing sites are opening in South King County, aimed at minority populations who have been disproportionately impacted by the virus. Find a comprehensive list of free Seattle and King Cou…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss a recent interview that Dr. Brett Giroir gave to our sister station, KTTH, saying it's safe for Washington to reopen businesses and schools more fully. But do our state public health experts agree? Dave Ross explains the stalemate over the next coronavirus relief package and the sticky situ…
 
King County Public Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin joins KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo to answer lots of questions: Are we ready for the flu season that's about to hit in the middle of a pandemic? Is there any chance schools could reopen by the end of the year? And, what's going on the with the CDC's new recommendation not to te…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo have information about how kids can keep playing team sports safely, from an expert. The CDC changes it's recommendations for testing: now, they're saying you shouldn't get tested if you don't have symptoms - even if you've recently been exposed. Dave Ross discusses whether this is part of some lar…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss the mental health of kids heading into an online-only start to their school year. Are schools, parents and teachers prepared? Plus, some important updated guidelines: The World Health Organization changes their recommendations for young children wearing masks. The Food and Drug Administrati…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss how the University of Washington and Bloodworks Northwest have been using convalescent plasma therapy since March, to treat only the most severe cases of COVID-19. CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield joined KTTH for an interview, and seemed to criticize many schools in Washington that have opt…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo recap Governor Inslee's reopening of bowling alleys and U-Pick farms, as well as a glimmer of hope: COVID cases are trending just slightly downwards again in Washington state. Another thing that's declining just slightly? The number of people on unemployment in our state. If you're still waiting fo…
 
An epidemiologist in Arizona compares her governor's coronavirus strategy to Inslee's here in Washington. Rent is dropping in New York City as people flee urban centers. What are the predictions for Seattle's downtown core? And Paul Gallant from Danny and Gallant joins to discuss the somewhat inevitable news that the Seattle Seahawks won't be bring…
 
Democrats and Republicans in Congress might be close to negotiating through their stalemate over the next big coronavirus relief package. KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo give us an update. The mayhem of virus outbreaks at colleges and universities that reopened for in-person classes continues, with more campuses sending students …
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss settling into a new normal full of coronavirus-related lifestyle changes. A pool party in Wuhan raises concern, and paints a stark contrast between strict lockdowns and the "partial reopening" approach. Plus, the University of North Carolina reversed course on their hybrid in-person model a…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo go over some of the misinformation floating around about COVID-19, and consult Dr. Gordon Cohen. Plus, Gonzaga and Whitworth are welcoming back their students for in-person learning. Dave and Aaron discuss the safety plan, and the risks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss an interview with Washington state epidemiologist Dr. Scott Lindquist, who says public health officials are tracking coronavirus cases as they follow seasonal harvests. Plus, should kids wear masks? It's a big question as we track the states that are attempting to reopen schools for in-pers…
 
Many school districts across Washington state have decided to start classes online this fall. KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien discuss the ripple effect of those decisions with Chris Reykdal, Washington's Superintendent of Public Instruction who oversees all public school districts across the state. Then, Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Gran…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss the impact of a postponed fall football season on not only students and their families, but revenue. Coronavirus cases seem to be trending downwards in Snohomish, Pierce and Yakima Counties. And, there's a new $40 million dollar COVID-19 relief fund for undocumented workers in Washington st…
 
Join KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo for a daily coronavirus news rundown. A new data review shows that the virus does, in fact, infect children, and in larger numbers than we previously understood. How could this affect school closures nationwide? A new vaccine from Russia invites some skepticism. And as Dave and Aaron both retu…
 
As negotiations in Congress over the next coronavirus relief package stalled, President Trump instead issued a series of sweeping executive orders. How effective are they? KIRO Radio's Dave Ross walks us through what to expect, and the legal challenges that may lie ahead. We're also bringing you the latest virus news here in the other Washington ..…
 
Reporter Chris Sullivan joins KIRO Radio's Dave Ross to explain why Mayor Jenny Durkan vetoed a COVID-19 relief plan from the Seattle City Council. Could we endure another stay-at-home order here in Washington? A new model of rising case numbers predicts it could happen in October. A teen in Puyallup passed away due to the coronavirus this week. Go…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross is back with all the coronavirus news you might have missed this week. First: what's the hold up with the next federal stimulus package? Dave walks us through a few of the major arguments, and where lawmakers have been able to compromise. The national debate over vote-by-mail continues. And in the last weeks of summer, what's…
 
Dr. Teresa Everson, the health officer for Yakima County Health District, joins KIRO Radio's Mike Lewis and reporter Aaron Granillo to discuss the current state of the coronavirus outbreak in Yakima. What have they done to slow the virus, especially in a largely agricultural community where many people have been unable to join a lockdown? See omnys…
 
Transportation reporter Chris Sullivan joins the show to explain what's going on inside Boeing with newly announced job and production cuts. Is the coronavirus entirely to blame? KIRO Radio's Mike Lewis and reporter Aaron Granillo compare Seattle's case count to other countries. And Alaska has a new restriction for visitors entering the state. Plus…
 
The second-largest teacher's union in the country supports strikes if schools try to reopen where there are high infection rates. KIRO Radio's Mike Lewis and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss how much kids stand to lose from another six-month closure. And unions representing transportation workers want a federal mask mandate on planes, trains and bus…
 
KIRO Radio's Mike Lewis and reporter Aaron Granillo bring Paul Gallant from 710 ESPN's Danny and Gallant on the show to talk about the coronavirus outbreak on the Miami Marlins team. How are incidents like this going to affect players, not just in baseball but in every sport? But first: an expanded mask mandate went into effect on Saturday, and a n…
 
KIRO Radio's Mike Lewis and reporter Aaron Granillo preview the new coronavirus relief package coming from Senate Republicans. Just how much can it boost economic recovery? The next phase of a promising vaccine trial kicks off today, with 30,000 participants. And, does a coronavirus outbreak on the Miami Marlins spell doom for the rest of the MLB s…
 
Governor Inslee has issued new restrictions in Washington state on bars, restaurants, weddings, funerals and gyms. Co-host of KIRO Nights Mike Lewis joins reporter Aaron Granillo to talk about the impact in a very real way, since he owns a bar himself. Plus, extra federal unemployment benefits are set to expire at the end of July, but Republicans a…
 
KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss online-only school, and the return of a familiar foe: flu season. And, they debate the merits of the "pandemic pods" that some parents are organizing to avoid the burden of homeschooling solo. We also check in on the latest soundbite from Dr. Anthony Fauci, who says COVID-19 will never - th…
 
Many high school sports have officially been called off for the fall. Chris Sullivan joins Dave Ross to talk about what's happening over in Idaho, and the fallout this will have for student athletes. What's driving the rising coronavirus case average in Washington state? We're now facing new travel restrictions, and slower testing turnarounds. A ne…
 
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