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ON THE AIR: The clash between Covid mandates and providing care
LISTEN: Local news weekday mornings on community radio station KMWV (98.3 FM) with "In Case You Missed It - With Salem Reporter." One of our reporters joins radio station manager Lisa Walz to discuss a story or two of the day.
The topic: Increasingly, there is tension between the state government's mandates for vaccinations and health care workers who don't want to Covid shot. As the argument goes on, the numbers of infected people grows, filling Salem Hospital's ICU unit.
Today's guest: Saphara Harrell, Salem Reporter's local government reporter.
Our media partnership: Salem Reporter is teaming up with KMWV 98.3 FM for weekday morning presentations on the stories of the day.
Listen in (recorded): In Case You Missed It
Les Zaitz · In Case You Missed It - With Salem Reporter's Saphara Harrell
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About KMWV: The radio station is part of Capital Community Media, the Salem-based community television and radio operation. Station manager Lisa Walz can be reached at Lisa Walz [email protected] or (503) 588-2288 ex. 7565.
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