ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — On Wednesday’s 3 p.m. WFXR Coronavirus Digital Special Report, hear from Roanoke leaders about the city’s efforts to re-open while addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
We will also bring you a story on a man taking his efforts to fight drug addiction in America from large gatherings to the internet during the pandemic.
Finally, you will hear from WFXR political analyst and Virginia Tech political science professor Dr. Karen Hult on the impact coronavirus could have on politics in America.
Log onto this post at 3 p.m. for today’s WFXR Coronavirus Digital Special Report.
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