The National Conversation with All Things Considered

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The National Conversation with All Things Considered is a live national conversation focused on the global coronavirus crisis, using a combination of social media sourcing and audience call-outs, in addition to interviews and two-ways. Join us nightly as we stay up-to-date on the latest COVID-19 information from across the nation and across the globe, from NPR News.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll revisit some of your most common questions. We'll also talk about what we've learned about the coronavirus since the pandemic began, and what's likely to come next.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll answer your questions about the process to get a vaccine for the coronavirus, workplace safety and friendship. We'll also discuss issues around voting and voter registration as elections continue during the pandemic.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll reflect on experiences from Asian American listeners who have faced racism and discrimination during the pandemic. We'll also answer your questions about religious practices, health insurance and the future of work.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll answer your questions about how the coronavirus is affecting health around the world. An emergency physician will talk about what scientists have learned in the last 10 weeks about the virus and what researchers do and don't know. We'll also hear some of your stories about silver linings found in the pandemic.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, an infectious disease doctor answers your questions about the COVID-19 death toll as the number nears 100,000 in the United States. We'll also answer your questions about immigration and how to deal with tough scenarios, and author Cheryl Strayed joins us to talk about kindness and neighborliness during the pandemic.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll hear from kids on what questions they have about the pandemic. We'll also answer your questions about testing and the beginning of summer.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll hear from educators on how the coronavirus has changed their work. We'll also answer your questions about the economy and health disparities, and we'll take a look at pandemic fashion.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll answer your questions about health insurance, job searching during a pandemic and breakups. We'll also hear from kids and the questions they have.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll discuss how people with disabilities are struggling to navigate the new reality and how they're coping with the additional strain the pandemic has put on their lives. We'll also answer your questions about potential vaccines and recovery from COVID-19, and we'll offer some tips on how to relax during a pandemic.

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist answers your questions about the available coronavirus data and when you can return to certain parts of your routines. We'll also answer your questions about professional sports and furloughed health care workers.

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