As expected, COVID-19, a.k.a, "the coronavirus" made it's way to the Tri-State. According to the Indiana Department of Health, Vanderburgh County currently has six reported cases, while Warrick and Gibson counties have three each, and Posey County has one. Those numbers are expected to rise, and likely have between the time I wrote this post and the time you read it. One person keeping a close eye on the virus and its impact on the Evansville community is Mayor Lloyd Winnecke who was nice enough to take time out of his insanely busy schedule Friday morning to stop by the studio and discuss how his administration is keeping up with the virus, how the hospitals are working to treat current and future cases, and what we can do to help slow down its spread.

Take a listen to our complete interview below.

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