Show Notes for May 11, 2020.
Talk of the Sound Podcast is Hosted by Robert Cox, Produced in conjunction with RadioWestchester.com
The show is based on live interviews of Robert Cox by Bob Marrone, hosting of Mornings with Bob Marrone. You can listen live every Monday between 9:00 am – 10:00 am. The interviews are collected each week and edited into the Talk of the Sound Podcast.
In this episode, Bob Marrone and I take on a record May snow fall, Zeke eating a cat, the upcoming school board and budget vote, and the comings and goings of Adofo Muhammad. What were Feijoo and Moselhi thinking?
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Adofo Muhammad – most commented upon see expansive menu.
New Rochelle Mayor: After Two Months, Here’s Where We Stand
Reasons why the 10801 and 10805 zip codes are comparatively susceptible to the virus’ spread, including:
• More residents in housing that is overcrowded and/or lacking the professional management to properly clean common areas;
• More residents facing language barriers that may impede access to public health guidance;
• More residents in essential jobs, whose occupational responsibilities increase the risk of exposure;
• More residents with pre-existing health conditions that intensify vulnerability to COVID-19;
• More residents lacking documentation, which may reduce interaction with and trust of public health authorities.
• More residents in nursing homes, where a single case can spread quickly, with terrible effect.