COVID-19 Coverage & Information

Due to the information around COVID-19 changing rapidly and the amount of questions regarding TVW’s coverage, we have collected all of the TVW coverage in one location. Please find links to past and future coverage events regarding COVID-19 and resources from our partners below. For additional questions contact kelli.schueler@tvw.org.

Gov. Inslee Press Events and

Other TVW COVID-19 Coverage:

  • 9.24.2020 Press Conference: Inslee addressed the media to discuss the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and new protocols for safe airline travel in Washington state.
  • 9.17.2020 Press Conference: Inslee held a press conference to discuss metal health, the state’s response to COVID-19, wildfires and air quality.
  • 9.15.2020 Press Conference: Inslee held a press conference to give an update on the state response to wildfires, air quality and COVID-19.
  • 9.11.2020 Press Conference: Inslee held a press conference to give an update on the state’s response to wildfires, smoke and air quality.
  • 9.8.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by State Health Officer Dr. Kathy Lofy and Sec. of Health John Wiesman, held a press conference to provide an update on the state’s ongoing response to COVID-19.
  • 8.20.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Dr. Kathy Lofy, State Health Officer and Sec. John Wiesman, Department of Health, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 8.13.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Dr. Kathy Lofy, State Health Officer, and Dr. Francis Riedo, Evergreen Health, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 8.6.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Sec. Cheryl Strange, DSHS, Sec. John Wiesman, Department of Health, and Bill Moss, DSHS, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 8.5.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Chris Reykdal, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Dr. Kathy Lofy, State Health Officer addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 7.30.2020 Press Conference: Inslee will address the media today at 2:30 pm to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 7.23.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Sec. John Wiesman, Department of Health, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 7.16.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Sec. John Wiesman, Department of Health, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 7.14.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Dr. Kathy Lofy, State Health Officer, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 7.9.2020 Press Conference: Inslee addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 7.7.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Dr. Kathy Lofy, State Health Officer, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 7.2.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Commissioner Brad Peck, Franklin County, Commissioner Jerome Delvin, Benton County, Secretary John Wiesman, Department of Health, and Mayor Patricia Byers, City of Yakima, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 6.25.2020 Press Conference: Employment Security Commissioner Suzi LeVine holds a press conference to provide an update on unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 6.24.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Allan Belton, Pacific Lutheran University, Ana Mari Cauce, University of Washington and Kathi Hiyane-Brown, Whatcom Community College, addressed the media on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 6.23.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Secretary Wiesman, Department of Health, Craig Jelinek, Costco and Fay Guenther, UFCW 21, addressed the media to give an update on the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Presentation Slides
  • 6.20.2020 Press Conference: Gov. Jay Inslee discusses COVID-19 in Yakima and announces a new rule requiring face masks in public in Yakima County.
  • 6.18.2020 Press Conference: Employment Security Commissioner Suzi LeVine gives an update on unemployment benefits during COVID.
  • 6.17.2020 Gov. Inslee Presentation: Climate Solutions hosts Gov. Jay Inslee discussing climate in the time of coronavirus.
  • 6.17.2020 Press Conference: Inslee, joined by Office of Financial Management Director David Schumacher, discussed COVID-19’s impact on state revenues and the state budget.
  • 6.16.2020 Telebriefing: The WA Coronavirus Reponse Joint Information Center holds a telebriefing to provide a COVID-19 update.
  • 6.16.2020 Open Meeting: The WA Utilities & Transportation Commission hears from regulated utilities on their COVID-19 policies.
  • 6.16.2020 Legislative Committee: The Select Committee on Economic Recovery holds a virtual hearing on COVID-19 recovery.
  • 6.15.2020 Telebriefing: State agency officials hold a telebriefing on COVID-19 and the importance of face coverings.
  • 6.11.2020 Press Conference: State Superintendent Chris Reykdal addressed the media to provide an overview of the new guidance related to school reopening in the fall.
  • 6.11.2020 Press Conference: Employment Security Department Commissioner Suzi LeVine held a press conference to give an update on unemployment insurance during the COVID pandemic.
  • 6.10.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to give an update on the state’s COVID-19 response, including the state’s efforts to secure PPE (personal protective equipment). The governor will also address issues related to ongoing protests around the state. Presentation Slides
  • 6.8.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to discuss the statewide demonstrations and give an update on COVID-19. Presentation Slides
  • 6.4.2020 Press Conference – Inslee, joined by Secretary of Health John Wiesman, addressed the media to address the state’s COVID-19 testing plan. Presentation Slides
  • 6.3.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to address the state’s COVID-19 response and statewide demonstrations. Presentation Slides
  • 6.1.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media today at 3pm to address statewide demonstrations over the weekend.  Presentation Slides
  • 5.29.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to give an update on the state’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, which is set to expire on May 31. Presentation Slides
  • 5.28.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to give an update on the state’s long term care testing plan and farmworker protections. Presentation Slides
  • 5.28.2020 Press Conference – State Employment Security Commissioner Suzi LeVine holds a (virtual) press conference to discuss unemployment insurance during COVID-19. Presentation Slides
  • 5.27.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to give an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 5.21.2020 Press Conference – Legislative Republicans host a zoom media availability to announce their proposal for a special session to address impacts of the COVID-19 public health crisis.
  • 5.21.2020 Press Conference – State Employment Security Commissioner Suzi LeVine holds a press conference to discuss unemployment insurance during COVID, including an update on UI fraud and “Operation 100” which seeks to get relief to all persons awaiting UI benefits.
  • 5.19.2020 Press Conference – Inslee joined by John Wiesman, secretary, Department of Health, Kathy Lofy, state health officer, Department of Health, and Lisa Brown, secretary, Department of Commerce, addressed media to talk about the plan for additional county variances and announce emergency small business grants.
  • 5.18.2020 Press Conference – Inslee, joined by members of the healthcare community, addressed the media to talk about the state’s plan to reopen the health care system. Presentation Slides
  • 5.14.2020 Press Conference – Inslee spoke with members of Washington’s hospitality, retail and auto industries discussing the steps different industries are taking to safely reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic
  • 5.14.2020 Press Conference – Employment Security Department Commissioner, Suzi LeVine, addressed the media to discuss the agency’s efforts to fight increasing imposter fraud in the state’s Unemployment Insurance system.
  • 5.12.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to talk about the state’s phased approach to re-opening the economy and provide an update on contact tracing. Presentation Slides
  • 5.8.2020 Press Conferece – Inslee addressed the media on COVID-19. He discussed the state’s phased approach to re-opening the economy and provide an update on contact tracing.
  • 5.6.2020 Governor Inslee National Nurses Day Conversation with Washington Nurses – In conjunction with National Nurses Day, Inslee held a conversation with Washington nurses about COVID-19.
  • 5.5.2020 Press Conference – Inslee, joined by cabinet officials and members of coronavirus advisory groups, will address the media today at 3:30 pm to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 5.1.2020 Press Conference – Inslee, joined by John Wiesman, secretary of Washington State Department of Health and Vice Admiral Dr. Raquel Bono, director of Washington state COVID-19 health care response, held a press conference to provide an update on the state’s response to COVID-19. Presentation Slides
  • 4.29.2020 Press Conference – Inslee, joined by Vice Admiral Dr. Raquel Bono, director of Washington state COVID-19 health care response, Kathy Lofy, state health officer and Katherine Guest, deputy intelligence section chief for the Washington State Emergency Operations Center, addressed media to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response. Presentation Slides
  • 4.27.2020 Press Conference – Inslee, joined by Hilary Franz, commissioner of public lands, Kelly Susewind, director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Don Hoch, director of the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, addressed to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.24.2020 Press Conference – Inslee joined by representatives of the Building Industry Assn. of WA and WA Building & Construction Trades Council held a press conference to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.23.2020 WA State Supreme Court Oral Arguments – Colvin v. Inslee regarding the release of incarcerated persons during COVID-19
  • 4.23.2020 Press Conference – State Legislator Press Conference on Supreme Court Prisoner Release Case
  • 4.22.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the media to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.21.2020 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the public to lay out a plan for Washington state recovery from the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • 4.21.2020 Press Conference – Legislators are holding a virtual press conference today at 1 pm to protest executive actions and urge colleagues to call themselves back into session, virtually.
  • 4.16.2020 Press Conference – Inslee joined by Suzi LeVine, commissioner for the state Employment Security Department addressed the media to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.15.2020 Press Conference – Inslee held a press conference to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.13.2020 Press Conference – Inslee held a press conference to appoint Pierce County Judge Helen Whitener to the WA State Supreme Court; following the announcement, the governor responded to media questions regarding the state’s response to COVID-19
  • 4.10.2020 Press Conference – Inslee joined by Crystal Dingler, mayor of Ocean Shores, Victoria Compton, executive director of the San Juan Economic Development Council, Patricia Byers, mayor of Yakima and Jeff Lambert, executive director of Dishman Hills Conservancy in Spokane addressed the media to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.9.2020 Press Conference – Inslee joined by Steve Sinclair, secretary of the Department of Corrections addressed the media to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.7.20 Press Conference – Inslee provided an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 4.6.20 Press Conference – Inslee joined by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal provided an update on the state’s response to COVID-19.
  • 4.2.20 Press Conference – Inslee with Health Secretary Dr. John Wiesman, State Health Officer Dr. Kathy Lofy, and Vice Admiral Dr. Raquel Bono — provide an update on the state’s response to COVID-19.
  • 4.1.20 Press Conference – Inslee provided an update on the state’s COVID-19 response focusing on personal protective equipment (PPE) availability.
  • 3.30.20 Press Conference – Inslee provided an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 3.25.20 Press Conference – Insee provided an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.
  • 3.23.20 Press Conference – Inslee addressed the people of Washington to lay out enhanced strategies to mitigate the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • 3.20.2020 Press Conference – Inslee provides an update on new protections for at-risk employees during the COVID-19.
  • 3.18.2020 Press Conference – Inslee provides an update on how the state is assisting workers and businesses dealing with COVID-19.
  • 3.17.2020 Bill Signing – Inslee takes action on the following legislation, including a bill related to the state’s response to coronavirus.
  • 3.16.2020 Press Conference – Inslee announces statewide shutdown of restaurants, bars and limits on size of gatherings expanded
  • 3.13.2020 Press Conference – Inslee announces statewide school closures, expansion of limits on large gatherings
  • 3.12.2020 Press Conference – Inslee announces school closures in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties
  • 3.11.2020 Press Conference – Inslee issues emergency proclamation that limits large events to minimize public health risk during COVID-19
  • 3.10.2020 Press Conference – Inslee announces support for workers and businesses impacted by COVID-19

 

TVW In-Depth Web Interviews on Coronavirus:

  • 6.25.2020 “Inside Olympia”: Governor Inslee’s Budget Director David Schumacher discusses the state’s revenue shortfall, the governor’s approach to filling a $9-billion budget hole, and a possible legislative special session. Plus, we talk with State Epidemiologist Dr. Scott Lindquist, who has been on the front line combatting COVID-19 in Yakima and across the state.
  • 6.24.2020 “The Impact”: COVID-19 budget cuts vs. new taxes. With fears of an $8 billion budget shortfall from COVID-19, former Speaker of the House, Rep. Frank Chopp (D-Seattle) and House Republican budget leader, Rep. Drew Stokesbary (R-Auburn) debate the path forward.
  • 6.18.2020 TVW Connects: State Superintendent of Schools Chris Reykdal answers Washingtonians’ questions about school reopenings and other COVID-related K12 topics
  • 6.17.2020 The Impact: Coronavirus is affecting court cases and jury trials — how is the justice system responding?
  • 6.11.2020 “The Impact”: Q&A with State Auditor Pat McCarthy about the investigation into the theft of more than half a billion dollars in unemployment funding, delays for people with legitimate claims and the focus of audits into the state’s Employment Security Department.
  • 6.11.2020 “Inside Olympia”: Senate Democratic Leader Andy Billig and House Republican Leader JT Wilcox on the state budget, a special legislative session, and what the Legislature should do in response to statewide protests.
  • 6.10.2020 “The Impact”: Protest organizer and police reform activist Andre’ Taylor on recent protests and I-940 accountability efforts; Criminal Justice Training Commission Director Sue Rahr on WA police training and building community trust.
  • 6.3.2020 “Inside Olympia”: How is state government dealing with the tidal wave of unemployment insurance claims during the COVID era, including separating legitimate claims from criminals intent on defrauding the system? Host Austin Jenkins interviews Employment Security Department Commissioner Suzan LeVine.
  • 6.3.2020 “Inside Olympia”: COVID has had a huge impact on child care, and brings new challenges to ensure safety for kids in state care, from foster families to incarcerated juveniles. Host Austin Jenkins interviews Ross Hunter, secretary of the WA State Department of Children, Youth & Families.
  • 6.1.2020 “The Impact”: graduating Vancouver teen weighs in on missing high school milestones. Q&A with OSPI Chris Reykdal about online classes, what to expect in the fall, and the K-12 budget in the aftermath of COVID-19.
  • 5.28.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – June 1 target and Phase 2 reality for counties, new L&I rule for non compliant businesses, COVID-19 PPE and testing efforts, unemployment fraud response. Q&A with Nick Streuli, Governor’s Office Exec. Director of External Relations.
  • 5.28.2020 “TVW Connects”: Anthony Anton from WA Hospitality Association and Renee Sunde from WA Retail Association answer questions from consumers about re-opening the Washington economy.
  • 5.28.2020 “Inside Olympia”: What is the impact of COVID on state investments, which provide money for state retirement plans, college scholarships and more? Host Austin Jenkins interviews WA State Investment Board Executive Director Theresa Whitmarsh.
  • 5.27.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – COVID-19 impact on stores. Q&A with WA Retail Association President Renee Sunde on what shoppers should expect as stores reopen, challenges ahead for store owners and around 400,000 employees.
  • 5.20.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – A billion pound potato backlog, supply chain breakdown, worker safety challenges, an in-depth look at the plight of Washington farmers during the COVID-19 crisis. Q&A with WSDA Director Derek Sandison.
  • 5.19.2020 “Inside Olympia” – Senate Ways and Means Chair Christine Rolfes (D-Bainbridge Island) says equally strong arguments exist for a special session of the Legislature in June, or later in 2020. Her thoughts on that, how to fill a potential $7-billion budget hole, and more. Her interview with host Austin Jenkins.
  • 5.18.2020 “Inside Olympia” – State Sen. John Braun (R-Centralia) says a special legislative session should happen in June, and is critical of parts of Gov. Inslee’s response to COVID-19. His interview with host Austin Jenkins.
  • 5.14.2020 “TVW Connects”: Representative Larry Springer (D-45th) and Representative J.T. Wilcox (R-2nd) answer questions from small business owners about re-opening the Washington economy.
  • 5.13.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Sen. Randi Becker (R-Eatonville), vice-chair of the new COVID-19 economic recovery committee, weighs in on tax policy, deregulation, innovation, and delayed impacts to the state budget.
  • 5.13.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Sen. David Frockt (D-Seattle), chair of the new COVID-19 economic recovery committee, weighs in on immediate steps to help business owners and families and envisioning a long term transition for the state economy.
  • 5.12.2020 “Washington to Washington” – How will people in Washington state, and across the nation, cast their votes for president and other offices in the era of coronavirus? Co-hosts Jennifer Huntley in Washington state and Tammy Thueringer in Washington. D.C., report on that and other aspects of the 2020 election.
  • 5.12.20 “Inside Olympia”: Washington is poised to begin wide-scale coronavirus testing, as supplies arrive from the federal government. Host Austin Jenkins interviews Dr. Charissa Fotinos, who is leading the state’s efforts to test for COVID-19.
  • 5.11.2020 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews retired Vice Admiral Raquel Bono, who was brought in by Gov. Jay Inslee to manage the state health care system’s response to COVID-19.
  • 5.7.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Q&A with former WA Governor and Challenge Seattle CEO Chris Gregoire on the new COVID-19 checklist tool to help businesses reopen, the role of public-private partnerships during the crisis, and her takeaways from the last big recession.
  • 5.7.2020 “TVW Connects”: AARP Financial Ambassador Jean Chatzky and WA Department of Financial Institutions Director of Communications Lyn Peters answer questions from older adults about protecting finances during the coronavirus outbreak.
  • 5.6.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Shortages, masks, & sanitization. Q&A with WFIA President Jan Gee about how grocery stores and convenience stores are adapting to the challenges of COVID-19 and what customers and business owners can expect.
  • 5.4.2020 “Inside Olympia” – What’s the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the state economy, and state government’s budget and revenues? We talk with Washington Chief Economist Steve Lerch.
  • 5.4.2020 “Inside Olympia” – What are the possible impacts COVID-19 will have on state pensions, state investments and the state budget? Host Austin Jenkins talks with State Actuary Matt Smith.
  • 4.30.2020 “TVW Connects”: Dr. Tatiana Sadak from UW School of Nursing and Dr. Erwin Tan from AARP answer questions from older adults about dealing with isolation and loneliness during the coronavirus crisis.
  • 4.29.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Q&A with BIAW Executive VP Greg Lane about the impact of the COVID-19 shutdown on private construction jobs and the availability of affordable housing, plus the plans keep workers safe as job sites reopen.
  • 4.29.2020 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Will the night scene ever look the same? WA Hospitality Association President Anthony Anton explains the impact of the COVID-19 shutdown on restaurants, hotels, owners, and workers and describes how the industry is changing in response.
  • 4.28.2020 “Inside Olympia”: A special one-on-one interview with Governor Jay Inslee on COVID-19. What are the key data points the governor’s team is watching as they dial back open the Washington economy? And what steps might be taken next? Those questions and more.
  • 4.27.2020 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews WA Global Health Alliance President Dena Morris discussing the need for strong national leadership to COVID-19, vulnerable populations and health equity.
  • 4.23.20 “TVW Connects”: Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, Shannon Smith, Division Chief of the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division, and AARP State Director Doug Shadel answer questions from older adults about coronavirus scams and related fraud.
  • 4.22.20 “The Impact”: Masks, barriers, hand washing – a look at what safety protocols may be required to reopen businesses across the state. Host Mike McClanahan interviews Joel Sacks, Director of the WA Department of Labor and Industries.
  • 4.22.20 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery: What will it take to resuscitate Washington’s economy when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted? Will the workplace be changed forever? Q & A with Kris Johnson, president of the Association of Washington Business.
  • 4.21.20  “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews WA Department of Health Secretary John Wiesman.
  • 4.20.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews Deputy House Majority Leader Larry Springer of Kirkland on a bipartisan plan to re-open the economy.
  • 4.16.20 “TVW Connects”: WA First Lady Trudi Inslee, Amy Goyer from AARP, and Bea Rector from DSHS connect with older adults to answer questions about caregiving during the coronavirus outbreak.
  • 4.16.20 “The Impact“: Road to Recovery – What business owners need to know about emergency state funding related to the COVID-19 crisis. Host Mike McClanahan interviews WA Commerce Director Lisa Brown.
  • 4.16.20 “The Impact“: Road to Recovery – Two federal programs aimed at helping businesses stay afloat have stopped taking applications. What now? Host Mike McClananhan interviews SBA District Director Kerrie Hurd.
  • 4.14.20 “The Impact”: Road to Recovery – Host Mike McClanahan and Employment Security Dept. Commissioner Suzi LeVine discuss the steps people must take to receive financial help due to the COVID-19 situation.
  • 4.13.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews Republican House Minority Leader J.T. Wilcox of Yelm about the state’s response to COVID-19 and the Legislature’s role in responding to the epidemic.
  • 4.13.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews Democratic House Speaker Laurie Jinkins of Tacoma about the state’s response to COVID-19, including what role the Legislature might play in responding to the epidemic.
  • 4.9.20 “TVW Connects”: WA Governor Jay Inslee connects with older adults to share tips and strategies for staying home and staying healthy during the coronavirus outbreak. The governor is joined by Washington Secretary of Health John Wiesman.
  • 4.9.20 “The Impact”: the long term impact of the coronavirus on K-12 education in Washington. Host Mike McClanahan and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal discuss different scenarios for students and schools this fall and beyond.
  • 4.8.20 “The Impact”: Host Mike McClanahan talks with Patrick Connor of the National Federation of Independent Business about COVID-19’s impact on small businesses and workers.
  • 4.7.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews Republican Senate budget leader Sen. John Braun of Centralia on COVID-19’s impact on the state budget, businesses and workers.
  • 4.7.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews Democratic Senate Majority Leader Andy Billig of Spokane on the COVID-19 epidemic’s impact on the state budget and the possible need for a legislative special session.
  • 4.3.20 “TVW Connects”: WA Secretary of State Kim Wyman connects with students to discuss how her office is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • 4.3.20 “The Impact”: Host Mike McClanahan interviews WA Employment Security Commissioner Suzi LeVine on where laid-off workers can turn during the COVID-19 epidemic.
  • 4.2.20 “The Impact”: Host Mike McClanahan interviews ER Doctor and WA Medical Assn. President-Elect Nathan Schlicher on COVID-19 and the state’s health care system.
  •  4.1.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews Disability Rights Washington attorney Rachael Seevers about managing COVID-19 in prisons and jails.
  • 4.1.20 “Inside Olympia”: Host Austin Jenkins interviews WA Secretary of Corrections Steve Sinclair about managing COVID-19 in prisons and jails.

 

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