COVID-19 On Utah’s Economy And Well-Being
We’re talking about the impact of the coronavirus on Utah – our local businesses, arts organizations, neighbors and friends. How are we coping?
In this hour we’ll talk about the economic consequences of so many people staying home, and of course, and the emotional toll of the isolation. It’s a time unlike most of us have ever experienced (with an earthquake, too!) and we are checking with members of the community to get a sense of how we’re doing. If you have experiences or thoughts you’d like to share, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Shireen Ghorbani, at-large member of the Salt Lake County Council
- Matthew LaPlante, journalist, associate professor of journalism at Utah State University, and author of, most recently, Superlative: The Biology of Extremes. [IndieBound|Amazon|Audible].
- Juliette Tennert, director of economic and public policy research at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute
- Ryan Lowder, Utah chef and restaurant owner of Copper Onion, Copper Commons, Copper Kitchen and The Daily
- Jerry Rapier, artistic director at Plan-B Theatre Company