The government’s top infectious disease expert says the U.S. is failing in testing for coronavirus. One Angeleno tells us how he tried getting tested but couldn’t. Plus, we learn how to stock your pantry and freezer for a possible quarantine, and how some Chinese and Korean restaurants are being hurt economically by the pandemic.
Coronavirus testing, pantry stocking
From this Episode:
It’s tough getting a coronavirus test, as one Angeleno’s personal experience shows
The government’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told lawmakers today that our system isn’t set up to rapidly distribute COVID-19 tests. There’s so much...
Coronavirus tests in US: Facts v. fiction
If you’re confused about coronavirus testing, you are not alone. The Trump administration promised that millions of tests were being sent out, and that everyone who wants to...
Coronavirus hits Hollywood: Productions halted, premieres postponed
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson say they have tested positive for COVID-19. They’re both in Australia, where Tom Hanks was set to film a movie about the life of Elvis Presley....
Business declines for Korean and Chinese restaurants in wake of coronavirus
Restaurants in LA’s Koreatown and San Gabriel Valley are seeing declines in customers since the outbreak of COVID-19. Eater reports that the Chinese restaurants they’ve...
Stock your kitchen for coronavirus quarantine: Honey, dried tomatoes, frozen veggies and fruit
We talk about important staples for your pantry and freezer with David Tamarkin, editor for Epicurious.com.