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Inyo Local
Inyo Local
2 years ago

Why aren’t any of the people in these radio interviews wearing masks or social distancing?

Charles James
2 years ago
Reply to  Inyo Local

If you’ve ever been inside a radio station, you would realize that the actual broadcast booth is not very large. Hence the term “booth.” Another consideration is, that considering what these folks are doing, i.e., risking their lives every day they go to work, if anyone is aware of what… Read more »

Almost Native
Almost Native
2 years ago

I just heard on the radio” percentage wise ‘that Mono county is the most infected county in the state. Is that true?

Charles James
2 years ago
Reply to  Almost Native

Well, yes it is true on a per capita basis (per person or in Latin, “by the head”). In statistics it tells us how a country, state, or city affects its residents, or in our case locally, as applied in a large rural area with very low population density and… Read more »

M schaefer
M schaefer
2 years ago

Dr. Brown & Dr. Tiernan are professional treasures for the communities in the Eastern Sierra. Thank you for you, & know that you are appreciated!
Hazel Cornell’s daughter

A professional hermit, my new skill set.
A professional hermit, my new skill set.
2 years ago

Thanks Dr B. Inyo County is fortunate to have you.

We can do this. Let's take care of each other.
We can do this. Let's take care of each other.
2 years ago

4-2-20 The Covid Tracking Project states on MSNBC that up to a third of testing done in California may be false negative, partially due to inconsistencies in swabbing, multiple types of collection kits and various labs. Obviously, a test could be false negative if collected when there is too low… Read more »

Physical Distancing
Physical Distancing
2 years ago

Staying home, washing your hands, and Physical Distancing are still the BEST methods to stop the spread and “flatten the curve.” The home-made cotton masks that are being promoted all over the internet will NOT protect 100% against the virus with what we currently know. Sure, it’s not a bad… Read more »