Head of District 2 Public Health Dr. Zach Taylor joined WDUN's "Morning Talk with Martha Zoller" Wednesday to talk about vaccinations and COVID-19 response. Who will get the vaccine and how to access it is the question of the day.
Click play on the audio above for the full interview.
Dr. Dean Fanelli, a regular commentator of Mornings on Maine Street, joined Bill to talk about the issues with the vaccine rollout. He touched on why it seems to be behind where politicians said it would be and what can be done to advance the process.
Superintendent of Hall County Schools Will Schofield spent time on Maine Street discussing the plan to start the spring semester learning from home. The decision was made due to th ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases statewide. Schofield also talked about the impact that learning from home may have going forward.
It isn't the lack of knowledge of money as much as our beliefs and behaviors related to it that often cause us to be unsuccessful in handling it. That's the thrust of Rachel Cruze's new book "Know Yourself, Know Your Money." Cruze shared some of those ideas on Mornings on Maine Street recently.