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Health Matters, Television for Life

Your opportunity to talk directly with physicians, nurses and other regional experts about the health issues that are important to you. Teresa Lukens hosts this monthly conversation and viewers are encouraged to call, text or email their questions in advance for the panel. Send your questions to

Health Matters, Television For Life

Coronavirus: Ask the Experts Town Hall

The coronavirus pandemic has closed schools and most businesses. Senior homes are locked down, families are asked to "shelter in place". What is being done to combat both the disease and the impending hardships to families and the local economy? Experts from the Spokane Regional Health District, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane's Mayor and Spokane County Sheriff answer questions from viewers.


Ozzie Knezovich
Spokane County Sheriff

Nadine Woodward
Spokane Mayor

Bob Lutz, M.D.
Spokane Regional Health Officer

Mike Marshall, M.D.
Chief Physician Executive Providence Washington & Montana

Helpful Links:

Washington State Coronavirus Response

Spokane Regional Health District

Centers For Disease Control & Prevention

Spokane public Schools

Emergency Management | Spokane County, WA

City of Spokane

Providence Health & Services

World Health Organization

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