Kevin Miller begins his show from Rolling Hills Public Charter School.  He shares the morning with students, teachers, and parents.  Kevin Miller continues to cover the news that impacts the Treasure Valley.  He shares his thoughts about another person who's got the coronavirus.  After attending a party in late February, Elizabeth Schneider started feeling unwell. At first, she chalked up her symptoms to the flu, but decided to get tested for the coronavirus.Turns out, the 37-year-old in Seattle did contract COVID-19, although she received her results after she already started to recover.Now speaking about her ordeal, Schneider wants to assure those worried about getting sick not to panic."If your symptoms aren't life-threatening, simply stay at home, medicate with over-the-counter medicines, drink lots of water, get a lot of rest and check out the shows you want to binge-watch," she tells the AFP, adding it's important to avoid spreading to vulnerable populations.  Kevin Miller asks the KIDO audience: What is your contingency plan if you get sick?  Kevin Miller updates the folks on the latest concerning violence in Iraq. One day after a rocket attack on a base in Iraq left two Americans and one Brit dead, the U.S. has launched a counterattack against the people believed to be responsible. Thursday's airstrikes, which were staged in a joint operation with England, targeted the Iranian-backed Shia militia members believed to have carried out Wednesday's attack, a source tells the Associated Press. Among the targets were the Kataib Hezbollah weapons facilities in Iraq, the unidentified government source reveals.

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