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Coronavirus Update: CCS to Hold in-Person Graduations, Pelotonia Returns, & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: CCS to Hold in-Person Graduations, Pelotonia Returns, & More

Keep up with regular news updates regarding Columbus and Ohio’s response to COVID-19 here. The Numbers COVID-19 cases — In Columbus, 134 cases of COVID-19 were reported for Wednesday, Feb. 17. As of Thursday, Feb. 18, 77,908 total cases and 852 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Columbus and Worthington. In Franklin County at large, 223 […]

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How ODH Undershot the COVID-19 Death Toll by 4,000 Cases

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal How ODH Undershot the COVID-19 Death Toll by 4,000 Cases

By Jake Zuckerman Human error, bureaucracy, and an abrupt crush of COVID-19 deaths this fall all factored into a critical accounting mistake obscuring Ohio’s full pandemic death toll, officials said Thursday. Ohio Department of Health Director Stephanie McCloud said the blunder traces back to a single employee who was tasked with resolving differences in death tolls […]

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Coronavirus Update: Curfew Ended, Jazz Fest Canceled, & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Curfew Ended, Jazz Fest Canceled, & More

Keep up with regular news updates regarding Columbus and Ohio’s response to COVID-19 here. The Numbers COVID-19 cases — In Columbus, 222 cases of COVID-19 were reported for Wednesday, Feb. 10. As of Thursday, Feb. 11, 76,747 total cases and 550 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Columbus and Worthington. In Franklin County at large, 338 […]

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Arts Festival Will Not Return Until 2022

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Arts Festival Will Not Return Until 2022

It has been announced that the Columbus Arts Festival has been canceled for 2021. In a statement released by the Greater Columbus Arts Council, organizer of the festival, the organization noted there is “too much uncertainty” in terms of the pandemic and hosting events. Though acknowledging a decrease in new cases and hospitalizations, new variants […]

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Judge Knocks ‘Incomprehensible’ COVID-19 Lawsuit Against Ohio Health Department

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Judge Knocks ‘Incomprehensible’ COVID-19 Lawsuit Against Ohio Health Department

By Jake Zuckerman A federal judge expressed tremendous skepticism of a lawsuit alleging “absolute tyranny” of the Ohio Department of Health’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, deeming the plaintiff’s arguments nearly “incomprehensible.” U.S. District Judge James G. Carr didn’t rule on ODH’s motion to dismiss the suit, which was filed by a self-described citizens group called […]

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DeWine: Too Early to Say When Most Ohioans Can Expect to Be Vaccinated

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal DeWine: Too Early to Say When Most Ohioans Can Expect to Be Vaccinated

By Marty Schladen The pace of coronavirus vaccinations is accelerating in Ohio, but Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday said it was still too early to say when non-priority Ohioans can expect to get a shot in the arm. There was good news on the vaccine front, DeWine said during one of his regular coronavirus press conferences. […]

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Columbus Libraries to Reopen for Limited Services Monday

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Libraries to Reopen for Limited Services Monday

The Columbus Metropolitan Library is reopening most of its locations for limited services starting Monday, Feb. 8. Limited services include browsing, pickup for items on hold, returning items, table reservations, use of computers, printing, copying, and faxing, and for some locations, in-person homework and job help. The New Albany Branch will only be open for […]

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