Reporter Roundup: Oil Prices, Telehealth, COVID-19
The April 22 edition of the Reporter Roundup KPCC reporters discuss oil prices, community healthcare clinics and the struggles among restaurant owners.
KPCC reporter Alyssa Jeong Perry has been following community health clinics in LA that serve patients who are low-wage workers and immigrants. Some only have enough money to keep their doors open for a month or two and have had to invest in telehealth care, according to Jeong Perry.
Oil prices have plummeted and KPCC’s Sharon McNary has the details what it means for Southern California consumers.
KPCC’s Elina Shatkin reports some local restaurant owners who were denied coronavirus-related insurance claims are now suing their insurance companies.
Alyssa Jeong Perry @alyssajperry
Sharon McNary @KPCCsharon
Elina Shatkin @elinashatkin
Aaron Mendelson @a_mendelson
Adriene Hill @adrienehill
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