What’s Happening Today – March 20, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Peninsula Regional Medical Center and the Wicomico County Health Department have come together to offer a triage hotline for people with questions about the Coronavirus. Dr. Kathryn is the Vice President of Population Health at PRMC and talks with us about this partnership. The number is 410-912-6889.
If you’re a regular viewer of our show, you know we feature certain businesses and organizations – and we learn about different facets of the work they do. Over the last year or so – you’ve seen Royal Plus on our show a few times. They’re the company you call in a catastrophe. President Matt Odachowski has come on to talk about mold and water damage, being storm ready, and staying safe in the holidays. It turns out, they’re playing a big role in the fight against Coronavirus.
Dr. Jamie L. H. Goodall is the author of “The Pirates of the Chesapeake Bay.” She joins us to talk about the research she did that led to the book.
Local musicians are feeling the pinch of bars and restaurants being shut down, but that hasn’t stopped them from performing. We speak with Salisbury’s Wes Davis about how they’re reaching out to bridge the distance.
We talk about the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s helpline for people caring for patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. Families can connect with the AFA Helpline by phone, 866-232-8484; web chat, by visiting alzfdn.org or sending a text message to 646-586-5283.