Contact Tracing and Coping | May 20, 2020 | COVID-19: Answers and Insight

May 21, 2020

WATCH NOW HERE | Contact tracing increases as Michigan begins to reopen, and coping with COVID-19 stress.

Contact tracing increases as Michigan begins to reopen , coping with COVID-19 stress. Host Shawn Turner joins MDHHS Chief of Staff Jonathan Warsh to explain the process of contact tracing and why it is so important in keeping the coronavirus contained. Shawn also speaks with Elizabeth Koschmann, PhD, from Michigan Medicine Dept. of Psychiatry who offers advice on managing negative emotions during the pandemic.

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About the Guests*

Jonathan Warsh

Chief of Staff, MDHHS

Elizabeth Koschmann, PhD

Assistant Research Scientist, Michigan Medicine Department of Psychiatry & Comprehensive Depression Center.

*Guests and topic are subject to change

COVID-19: Answers and Insight airs in the capital region at these times (check local listings):

  • Thursdays at 9:30pm on WKAR HD
  • Saturdays at 6:30pm on WKAR World
  • Sundays at noon on WKAR HD

Full episodes are available for on-demand viewing in the free PBS App on streaming devices and smart TVs, and at video.wkar.org.