Sarah Flower

The Town of Pagosa Springs is implementing local programs to help boost their local economy during this pandemic. KSUT’s Sarah Flower reports:

 


    

Families of essential workers are oftentimes worried about how to keep their homes and their loved ones safe. One local Durango business is offering up their rental properties to those that might be exposed to the coronavirus. KSUT’s Sarah Flower has that story:

 


Weekly update from San Juan Basin Public Health

Apr 12, 2020
San Juan Basin Public Health

April 13, 2020: KSUT's Sarah Flower speaks with Liane Jollon, executive director of San Juan Basin Public Health for a weekly update on COVID-19.


Navigating safe social distancing in the outdoors

Apr 10, 2020

Walking, hiking, biking, getting fresh air, these are all things that are a part of Colorado Governor Jared Polis’ stay at home order. But how we do that safely and with social distancing in mind is something that every outdoor enthusiast and novice alike are navigating. KSUT’s Sarah Flower reports:


Colorado is experiencing shortages of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for health care workers and first responders due to COVID-19. The federal government is leaving it up to states to find their own gear in the open market. One local company, StoneAge Inc. is stepping up in a big way for the Four Corners region. KSUT's Sarah Flower reports:                        

 

As the focus of the coronavirus has largely been on public health and the health care system at large, more and more concern has risen around the importance of addressing mental health. KSUT's Sarah Flower talks to two local professionals about the impact of COVID-19:  


It's been a week since KSUT's Sarah Flower first spoke with Liane Jollon, Executive Director of San Juan Basin Public Health about COVID-19 testing in La Plata and Archuleta Counties. A lot has happened since then. The two caught up on Sunday, April 5th with this update. Sarah Flower reports: 


Area businesses will have the opportunity to apply for small business loans (SBA) for paycheck protection due to the coronavirus, starting April 3rd. KSUT’s Sarah Flower visits with business leaders from Durango and Farmington for their opinions:


Durango resident Sarah Sumner tested positive for COVID-19 just a few weeks ago. She went viral on social media when she told her story. Sumner shared her journey with KSUT's Sarah Flower:


As positive test results for COVID-19 are flaring up in almost every region of the Four Corners, so is community concern for accessibility to testing.

KSUT’s Sarah Flower speaks with San Juan Basin Public Health's Liane Jollon: 

 

Sarah Flower interviews Governor Polis on COVID-19

Mar 26, 2020
State of Colorado

Colorado’s Governor Jared Polis speaks with KSUT’s Sarah Flower on COVID-19 and how the state is taking charge of this virus:


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