WBFO Brief Sept. 16, 2021
In today’s WBFO brief, Jay Moran chats again with Dr. Nancy Nielsen MD on COVID- with a look at the costs of treating unvaccinated individuals. We also hear from Albany Correspondent Karen DeWitt on a court challenge for Gov. Hochul’s mask mandates. Meanwhile, Cattaraugus County officials are wrapping up a deal for a major cheese factory in Franklinville, and Jay previews the annual Humanities Festival, this year contemplating various visions of utopia at Silo City.
With the untitled movie about Mother Cabrini wrapping up its filming in Buffalo, WBFO’s Tom Dinki talks with Cristiana Dell'Anna-- star of the HBO Max crime series Gomorrah-- and others involved in the shoot. Also, Emyle Watkins peels back the curtain on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, with a look at the challenges faced by a local student. And “Ruthie’s Law”, Erie County’s rules on inspection and supervision of nursing homes which has been tossed out by a state supreme court.