Housing Market | Masks In Public | Coronavirus In Kansas | Barbecue Vending Machine
Segment 1: How the coronavirus is changing the real estate market
As the spread of COVID-19 shuts down cities and rattles the stock market, home buyers and sellers are feeling the strain. A Kansas City real estate agent shared how he and his colleagues are changing their practices for helping people to find a home.
- Nestor Zuluaga, owner, The Zuluaga Real Estate Group
Segment 2, beginning at 25:40: Following the latest CDC advice to wear masks in public has some black men worried
In parts of the country, black men wearing masks to protect themselves against the coronavirus have been asked to remove the face coverings or leave the stores. A local father related what goes through his mind before deciding whether or not to don a mask.
- Cecil Wattree, founder, Kansas City Black Mental Health Initiative
Segment 3, beginning at 38:09: How eastern Kansas county came to have the highest death rate in the state
Of Kansas's 105 counties, Wyandotte County ranks the worst for deaths related to COVID-19. The reasons why are complicated.
- Peggy Lowe, investigative reporter, KCUR
Segment 4, beginning at 46:48: A new vending machine offers a Kansas City classic
Restaurants all over the metro are closed, so Jones Bar-B-Q's latest idea comes at just the right time. It's a vending machine full of meat with sides.
- Deborah "Little" Jones, co-owner, Jones Bar-B-Q