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As news of the novel coronavirus continues to evolve, the News Tribune will publish podcasts related to COVID-19 as part of its News Tribune on Tap series, where we cover Mid-Missouri news that matters to you.

Click here to listen to the most recent podcasts.

In today's episode, assistant sports editor Greg Jackson discusses how COVID-19 has literally sidelined Mid-Missouri sports and what that means for the spring and fall seasons.

In today's episode, public safety reporter Jeff Haldiman talked about how Mid-Missouri first responders are responding to COVID-19, from the protective gear they're wearing to their interactions with the community.

Earlier this week week, Cole County Health Department Director Kristi Campbell discussed how her staff handles and investigates positive tests for COVID-19, as well as the factors that went into declaring a county-wide stay-at-home order. She also offers tips on how we can minimize risks of contracting the novel coronavirus. 

In last week's episode, Dr. Laurel Kramer, a psychologist with SSM Health - St. Mary's Hospital, shared some advice on how residents can manage their mental health and well-being while practicing social distancing and self-isolation during COVID-19.

In a previous episode, Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin shared measures the city is taking to protect the public's health and limit the spread of COVID-19. And she lays down a couple of challenges: Stay home and don't touch your face.

In late March, health reporter Joe Gamm talked about the state's response to COVID-19, the symptoms and what doctors recommend the community does to contain the virus.

Along with podcasts covering COVID-19, the News Tribune will upload podcasts related to other non-coronavirus-related local news that you should know about. 

News Tribune on Tap is published every Thursday, with occasional bonus episodes throughout the week.

Click here to listen to the most recent podcasts.

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For more news about the COVID-19 coronavirus, access the News Tribune Health section.
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