COVID 19

The virus can be deadly, and the measures being used to slow its spread can also have devastating effects on individuals, communities and businesses.

Conversations: COVID 19 is a video talk show designed to separate myth from fact, and to explore ways that we can find the best path between isolation and building resilience across all sectors of our community.

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Conversations: COVID 19 Episodes

Episode 7: Drive-through testing

Director Jennifer Johnson shows that no, testing for COVID-19 doesn't scrape out your brains! Jennifer and Transmediavision host John Bowey visit Mount Vernon's drive-through testing site at the Skagit Valley College to show how easy and safe (and painless!) it all is.

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Conversations: COVID 19    - Episode 6 Recovery

Susanne Jones, Skagit's first COVID-19 patient, felt pretty crummy on February 22. But thinking that it was just allergies,she went square-dancing in Lynnwood that night. She talks about her subsequent journey through miserable illness and recovery with Conversations: COVID-19 host John Bowey of Transmedia Vision and Dr Howard Leibrand, Skagit County's chief medical officer.

Episode 5: First responders

Today, host John Bowey, accompanies Skagit County first responder, Alexa Moses, on a day on the job - finding out how COVID-19 affects the landscape of risk and service in our county.

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Episode 4: Parenting - part 3 of 3

In episode 4, part 2, our warm, understanding parenting experts and medical supporters, Jennifer Sass-Walton and Elizabeth Cooksey, emphasize the importance of "putting on your own oxygen mask first." Whether it's physical, mental, emotional or spiritual wellbeing, invest adequately in your own daily health in order to be as good a parent as possible in these times. And these are profoundly important teaching-and-learning times!

Episode 4: Parenting - part 2 of 3

In episode 4, part 2, our warm, understanding parenting experts and medical supporters, Jennifer Sass-Walton and Elizabeth Cooksey, emphasize the importance of "putting on your own oxygen mask first." Whether it's physical, mental, emotional or spiritual wellbeing, invest adequately in your own daily health in order to be as good a parent as possible in these times. And these are profoundly important teaching-and-learning times!

Episode 4: Parenting - part 1  of 3

Elizabeth Cooksey and Jennifer Sass-Walton are our guests today as wise, warm, gentle parenting support specialists. Parenting is tough at the best of times - and can be especially so during the COVID crisis. This is Part 1 of a 3-part series on parenting. Interviewed by John Bowey of Transmediavision.

Jennifer Johnson and Renee Corcoran discuss some of the many physical and emotional challenges facing the elderly during the COVID crisis. We also follow some of the intrepid "Meals on Wheels" drivers getting food to isolated older people. Interviewed by John Bowey of Transmediavision.

Episode 2: Testing

Episode 2 deals with the many issues around testing and test availability.  Interviewed by John Bowey of Transmediavision.

Episode 1: Social distancing

Exploring the needs and the challenges of social distancing, as well as the benefits, the effects, and the consequences of failing to do so. Featuring the Director of Public Health for Skagit County, Jennifer Johnson, and Skagit County Medical Officer, Howard Leibrand - Interviewed by John Bowey of Transmediavision.

Episode 1: Distanciamiento social

Explorando las necesidades y los desafíos del distanciamiento social, así como los beneficios, los efectos y las consecuencias de no hacerlo.  Entrevistada por Diana Peregrina.

Episode 3: Seniors