On this episode of Statewide, we'll hear more about antibody testing, which has become more popular as people try to determine if they've been exposed to the coronavirus. Critics say the tests are unreliable.
We listen back to an interview with the Crosses for Losses founder Greg Zanis, who died this week.
And school nurses raise concerns about the inability to see students and what that could mean for health and safety. That and more on this week's Statewide.
* The founder of Crosses for Losses died this week. Greg Zanis spent years traveling to the locations in the aftermath of mass shooting to place memorials to victims. We listen back to Brian O'Keefe's interview with Zanis from earlier this year.