Back-To-School COVID-19 Safety / San Francisco Giants Attendance Requirements / Impact Of New CDC Guidelines On Travel / New Sac Science Center
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Luke Henley, 5, student at John Cabrillo Elementary School in Sacramento, has his temperature taken by school program manager Ryan Saechin before going to class
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Updated at 10:59 a.m.
Today on Insight, the considerations of COVID-19 as schools reopen and students return to in-person classes. The San Francisco Giants’ home opener is also Friday and we’ll hear about the team’s safety protocols for attending a game. Plus, the transformation of Sacramento’s historic power station into a modern center of science and innovation.
- Sutter Roseville Medical Center Pulmonologist and critical-care physician, and Sutter Valley Area Electronic ICU Medical Director Dr. Vanessa Walker with what parents, students and teachers need to know about COVID-19 safety before heading back to school
- San Francisco Giants Senior Advisor and Executive Vice President of Communications Staci Slaughter discusses the team’s protocols for attending a game, which include showing a negative COVID-19 test or a vaccination card
- Travelzoo Airline Vertical Lead and Executive Producer Lily Fu on the massive rebound air travel has seen in the past few weeks, along with the impact the CDC guidelines will likely have on the upcoming travel season
- Sacramento Museum of Science and Curiosity Director of Marketing and Development Shahnaz Van Deventer talks about Sacramento’s historic power station’s transformation into a modern center of science and innovation
Correction: In a previous version of this story Shahnaz Van Deventer's title was incorrect. It has been corrected.