Dana Cronin is a reporter based in Urbana, Illinois. She covers food and agriculture issues in Illinois for Harvest. Dana started reporting in southern Colorado at member station 91.5 KRCC, where she spent three years writing about everything from agriculture to Colorado’s highest mountain peaks. From there she went to work at her hometown station, KQED, in San Francisco. While there she covered the 2017 North Bay Fires. She spent the last two years at NPR’s headquarters in Washington D.C., producing for shows including Weekend Edition and All Things Considered.
Muchos estados, incluyendo a Illinois, siguen la dirección del Centro para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades y dan prioridad los campesinos junto con otros trabajadores esenciales en sus planes de vacunación. Read this article in English here.
A recent pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic helped Illinois farmers have easy access to getting the shot.
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