Returning to the show, wearing his public health cape is Andrew Noymer, UCI professor of epidemiology, speaking about the pox on all our households. He considered how Covid-19 and monkey pox test both healthcare systems and the media.
Music credits: Chimora, “African Americano,” Sounds of Africa- album; Tadaki Misago & Tokyo Cuban Boys, “Sakura Sakura,” WaJazz Japanese Jazz Spectacle, vol. 1 – album.
Andrew Noymer, UCI Epidemiologist, professor in population health, disease prevention and public health, returns to the show for the full hour. Always the straight-shooting font of information, Andrew offers his hot takes and useful leads on COVID vaccines, the new national leadership, and the seasonality of this virus. If only what he says could be mounted on a banner to be flown up and down Orange County’s beaches and beyond. Pro tip folks – we’re wearing masks even after we’ve been vaccinated. Music credits: Greg Foat, “Symphonie Pacifique;” Franz Schubert’s Fantasie in F minor, performed by Lucas and Arthur Jussen.
In what we all know to be a highly fluid and changeable situation, we cover the medical and psychological aspects of COVID-19, at this particular moment. First we hear from Dr. Michele Cheung pediatric epidemiologist at the O C Health Agency who speaks to the medical issues. Ongoing updates at the OCHA are available at:800-564-8448 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. or http://www.ochealthinfo.com/. 1) To apply for Medi-Cal and CalWORKs benefits, review your case information, request a replacement benefits card and submit verifications, please visit www.mybenefitscalwin.org or call SSA’s Service Center at (800) 281-9799 2) To apply for CalFresh benefits, review case information and submit verifications, please visit www.getcalfresh.org 3)To apply for General Relief benefits or for continuing case information, please call (800) 281-9799 or you can fax an application to (714) 825-3155 or the Center for Disease Control at: https://www.cdc.gov/. 4)To apply for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) or for questions related to ongoing IHSS cases, call (714) 825-3000.
In the second segment (minute 28:09) Professor Roxane Silver, of UCI’s Department of Psychological Science, Department of Medicine, and Program in Public Health, returns to the program to take up the psycho-social aspects.