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July 14, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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The COVID storm’s a-blowin’

Though the uptick in COVID-19 cases was expected, numbers are climbing higher than ever and a second wave looms. The difference this time around, however, is that we’re ready for. Reporting and broadcasting by Alex Hoeft.

June 24, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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Comparing the meat and newspaper industries isn’t as far-fetched as you might think. Both are majorly guided by monopolies and have confronted unique challenges during the coronavirus pandemic. News from credible sources remains as important and necessary as ever, but we need your help to continue to do so. Become a Moonshine Member. Mayumi Elegado, publisher for Moonshine Ink, shares her story.

June 23, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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A massive chunk of homes in the Tahoe area are short-term rentals, but has COVID-19 prompted property owners to stretch their thinking? Are long-term rentals the way of the future? Businesses like Landing Locals, a platform connecting homeowners with long-term tenants, may be the way of the future. Broadcast by Alex Hoeft; reported on by Alex Hoeft and Becca Loux.

June 19-21, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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New cases of COVID-19 are popping up again. Placer, Nevada, and Washoe counties have all seen their highest single-day case counts during June, linked directly by Nevada County representatives to increases in social gatherings. Broadcast and reported by Alex Hoeft, with additional reporting by Becca Loux and Mayumi Elegado.

There’s (Probably) Enough Testing for You Now

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Here’s what you need to do in order to be tested for COVID-19

Tahoe on Precipice of Phased Reopening

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Local counties eye an exit from coronavirus hibernation. At the same time, increased local capacity for testing is coming online, but the white whale of robust contact tracing is still being chased.

Testing Triage for COVID-19 in Tahoe

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Kits are severely limited, so who gets tested for the novel coronavirus? Plus, insight from a former COVID inpatient and why tracking presumed positive cases isn’t “physically feasible.”

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