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A patient with a traditional Fijian tattoo receives a COVID-19 vaccination in Federal Way, Washington. Swedish Medical Center held a mobile vaccination clinic at the Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington to serve racial and ethnic minority groups disproportionately affected by COVID-19.
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The Friday report from the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) shows 3,414 active cases, a jump of nearly 400 from the day before.
Mountain Stage
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Amanda Andrade-Rhoades
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Mountain Stage
This week’s encore episode was recorded at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Mountain Stage and host Kathy Mattea were a part of the Center’s 50th Anniversary Season, and welcomed Texas Swing legends Asleep at the Wheel, soul-blues singer Ruthie Foster, multi-cultural folk singer Leyla McCalla, indie-pop songwriter Carsie Blanton, and Grammy-winning West Virginian Tim O’Brien with Jan Fabricius. Join us starting Friday, August 5, 2022 on our NPR affiliates.
Inside Appalachia
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Mason Adams
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West Virginia Public Broadcasting
On this week’s episode, we begin our journey through Appalachia by way of Lviv, Ukraine to learn about their version of an Appalachian dulcimer. We’ll make a roadside stop to revisit the theme park throwback Dinosaur Kingdom II in Natural Bridge, Virginia. And, we’ll swing by Lexington, Kentucky to visit the newly appointed United States Poet Laureate, Ada Limón.
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WVPB Radio Charleston Out Until Further Notice:

WVPB 88.5 Charleston will be off the air until a new transmitter can be ordered and installed. The transmitter was damaged by a lightning strike on Friday, July 8. Our engineering department had a temporary fix, but that also stopped working this past weekend when lightning struck the site again. The copper used for grounding to protect the site from lightning had been stolen. The new transmitter is being ordered and will be installed as soon as it arrives. We do not have an estimated time of delivery at this time. In the meantime, listeners can stream WVPB radio on our website at wvpublic.org. Also, listeners can try to pick up WVWV 89.9 Huntington, which does reach into Charleston.

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