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KPBS Midday Edition is a daily talk show hosted by Maureen Cavanaugh and Jade Hindmon, keeping San Diegans in the know on everything from politics to the arts.

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KPBS Midday Edition is a daily talk show hosted by Maureen Cavanaugh and Jade Hindmon, keeping San Diegans in the know on everything from politics to the arts.

    San Diego County Urges Public To Use Face Coverings, Local Democratic Leader Recounts Fight With COVID-19, Coronavirus Effect On Children And Films To Escape From Pandemic

    San Diego County Urges Public To Use Face Coverings, Local Democratic Leader Recounts Fight With COVID-19, Coronavirus Effect On Children And Films To Escape From Pandemic

    San Diego County health officials are now ordering essential workers who interact with the public to wear face masks and recommending residents to cover their faces when leaving home. Plus, San Diego County Democratic Party Chairman Will Rodriguez-Kennedy shares his battle with COVID-19. Also, the coronavirus doesn’t seem to be affecting young children as much. Rady Children’s Hospital infectious disease specialist Dr. Mark Sawyer explains why. And, our film critic Beth Accomando has some suggestions for movies to take your mind off the pandemic.

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    USS Roosevelt COVID-19 Response, San Diego’s High-Risk Clusters, Domestic Violence Amid Stay At Home Order, And How San Diegans Can Give Back

    USS Roosevelt COVID-19 Response, San Diego’s High-Risk Clusters, Domestic Violence Amid Stay At Home Order, And How San Diegans Can Give Back

    While the Navy is removing 1,000 sailors off the USS Theordore Roosevelt after a desperate letter from the captain became public, top Navy brass are being criticized for their response to the outbreak. Also, where do San Diego’s most vulnerable residents to COVID-19 complications live? We break it down. Plus, while people are hunkering down at home during the stay-at-home order, there’s a hidden danger for victims of domestic violence. They’re trapped at home with their abuser with no idea when it will end and few ways of asking for help. And, learn about ways you can help your neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Census 2020, Coronavirus And Climate Change And Cooking During Quarantine

    Census 2020, Coronavirus And Climate Change And Cooking During Quarantine

    April 1 is the official Census Day, but with the pandemic, there are some challenges to getting everyone counted. We take a look at the process in San Diego. Plus, globally the pandemic has a side effect of improving air quality. What can we learn from this in the fight against climate change. And, just because you’re self-quarantining, it does not mean that your meals have to be bland. Two San Diego experts have tips on how to step up your cooking game.

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    Coronavirus Update, VA Not Prepared For Virus Screening, Pandemic Halts San Diego Tourism, Politics In Age Of Coronavirus

    Coronavirus Update, VA Not Prepared For Virus Screening, Pandemic Halts San Diego Tourism, Politics In Age Of Coronavirus

    Some experts expect a surge in the upcoming two weeks of coronavirus patients in hospitals nationwide. What does that mean for San Diego? We check in with a local infectious disease doctor. Also, the VA is starting to screen for the coronavirus, but some are questioning the agency’s preparedness to do so. Tourism is the third largest industry in San Diego. We examine how it’s coping amid the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, the coronavirus has led more than a dozen states to postpone their presidential primaries. We’ll hear how the pandemic could reshape the 2020 elections, including the race for San Diego mayor.

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    UCSD Begins COVID-19 Drug Trial, Immigrant Detention Centers Could Be Ripe For Coronavirus, The Military And Coronavirus, What To Do This Weekend While Social-Distancing

    UCSD Begins COVID-19 Drug Trial, Immigrant Detention Centers Could Be Ripe For Coronavirus, The Military And Coronavirus, What To Do This Weekend While Social-Distancing

    San Diego is playing a major role in the fight against coronavirus. UC San Diego Health is now recruiting patients to participate in a clinical trial for an antiviral drug to treat COVID-19. The drug has shown some success against other viruses. Plus, immigration detention centers could become a hot spot for coronavirus. We hear from an immigration attorney about what conditions have been like inside the Otay Mesa Detention Center during the outbreak. Also, the military is scrambling to contain the spread of the coronavirus while maintaining force readiness, medical students are volunteering amid the outbreak, and if you’re you’re looking for things to do while practicing social-distancing — we’ve got you covered.

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    Senate Passes Coronavirus Relief Bill, Moratorium On Evictions, Rural Schools And COVID-19, Coronavirus-Fueled Racism, Pandemic Movies

    Senate Passes Coronavirus Relief Bill, Moratorium On Evictions, Rural Schools And COVID-19, Coronavirus-Fueled Racism, Pandemic Movies

    The Senate on Tuesday unanimously passed the coronavirus relief package despite misgivings on both sides about whether it goes too far enough or not far enough in protecting working Americans. Also, the San Diego City Council voted to halt evictions until the end of May for those affected by the pandemic. Plus, as more school districts move to distance learning, rural schools face a greater challenge than most urban schools mainly because of internet connectivity. In addition, the novel coronavirus outbreak first broke out in China and rhetoric from politicians and pundits are fueling racist attacks against Asian Americans. And, with people spending more time at home, they’re turning to movies as a distraction. UC San Diego Neuroscientist Eric Leonardis suggests a few films that can be used to look at the pandemic from a social dimension.

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