Kevin Miller begins the program by interviewing Boise Mayor Lauren McLean on how Idaho's largest city is handling the Coronavirus.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners until 7am.  He is joined by Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling who shares her firsthand account of what's happening at an Albertson's in Nampa.  Kevin Miller is joined once again by Mayor McLean who updates the folks on the latest.  Ada County Commissioner Dianna Lachiondo gives explains how Ada County is working with the state and other communities to protect its citizens.  Kevin Miller is joined by Congressman Mike Simpson who gives his perspective from Washington DC.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners responding to his guests.  Kevin Miller shares a story of a scam. Law enforcement officials are warning people of a new scam that takes advantage of the coronavirus pandemic. The scam, which begins with a phone call, targets elderly residents, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Arizona. The hustler identifies himself as a medical professional who's selling a vaccine that prevents coronavirus infection. He says there's a limited supply and the victim needs to make a payment immediately to get in on the deal. Needless to say, the money leaves but the vaccine never arrives. "Remember that there is no vaccine for this virus at the moment," Sheriff Paul Penzone says.   Kevin Miller asks the big question:  Have you ever fallen victim to a scam?

 

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