Traveling During The Pandemic, National Discussion Around How To Resume Education

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A COVID-19 warning sign is displayed along westbound Interstate-880
A COVID-19 warning sign is displayed along westbound Interstate-880, Saturday, March 14, 2020, in San Leandro, Calif. The California Department of Transportation is displaying public health messages concerning the coronavirus on the state’s more than 700 electric signs. Ben Margot/AP Photo

We talk with a pair of travel writers about what is and is not possible, safe, and advisable when it comes to getting around yet this summer. And a national education reporter joins us to share examples of what schools around the country are doing in terms of resuming classes — be it online, in-person or a mix of both.

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    With new travel restrictions, safety protocols and booking policies, traveling has become a bit more confusing because of the coronavirus. We look at how the pandemic is changing the way people get around, and how we can protect ourselves and others as we travel.

  • How US Schools Are Deciding Whether To Hold Classes In-Person Or Online

    Many school districts nationwide are opting for online-only classes to begin the upcoming school year. Some intend to resume in-person instruction five days a week. Others are considering a mix of physical and virtual courses. We look at how districts are making their decisions amid the coronavirus.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Deborah Dunn Guest
  • Barbara Peterson Guest
  • Erin Richards Guest