Contact Tracing; Literary Arts Festival; Breweries & COVID-19; WJCT's New Format
As the number of new coronavirus cases in Florida continues to soar, researchers are trying to improve the state’s coronavirus testing and tracing efforts.
Jacqueline R. Evans, Florida International University (FIU) Associate Professor of Psychology, is a part of a research project at the university that has been testing how to make contact tracing more effective and efficient. She joined us with details.
Related: Local, State, And National Coronavirus Coverage
Jax by Jax Literary Arts Festival
If you’re a writer who wants bigger exposure for your work, then now is the time to submit some samples to the Jax by Jax Literary Arts Festival. The festival’s organizer, Darlyn Kuhn, joined us to explain why.
Craft Breweries and COVID-19 Shutdowns
Craft breweries are having an especially tough time right now. Many are struggling to comply with the state’s ever-changing rules on serving customers in the middle of a pandemic - as they work to keep their businesses afloat.
WJCT Format Changes
Monday marks an important change on the radio for us here at WJCT. We’re converting our daily radio programming to all news-talk. But, you can still find all the music you love. Our CEO, David McGowan, joined us with more details.
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