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Greetings for this episode of #BzNz we're going to further the conversation that has been sweeping the nation of the Covid-19 and we want your involvement on this conversation.
Any new information that you may have on this Topic, we would love to have you call in be apart of this discussion.
-Any ideas and helpful tips you may have to stay safe during the quarantine and shut down.
-The Stimulus Check and who is elgible for it
-The 2020 Election and will there even be an election?
-Things to do to keep your spirit motivated
-Establishing Peace and order
-Police Killings Part 2
- Being Responsible for your Demise
-For Better or Worse
-Town Hall Meeting
-Town Hall Meeting Part 2
Tune in Tonight at 8pm Est. Phone lines open at (323)870-4617 and press the number 1 to speak with the Host.
Foodamania tonight At 10pm Pacific
- What is going on in the realm of frequencies and vitamins that might help reduce symptoms of this coronavirus?
- Is anyone moving forward to restructure cities or lifestyles for greater health? Does anyone like the suggestion for ecovillages as an alternative to low-income, inner-city apartments?
- Is there a move towards focusing on health for economic recovery in any country?
Music Credit: The Void, by Remain
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