Tracking COVID-19 in Ohio
How Ohioans are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 and the classroom
The local impact of COVID-19
The latest coronavirus headlines
Images of a syringe swastika have been used to protest government vaccine mandates around the world.
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Ohio has had 1,490,451 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 4,937 cases from Oct. 14 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 15.
COLUMBUS — The Republican speaker of the Ohio House has publicly rebuked a fellow GOP lawmaker over the lawmaker’s attempts to push a hardline anti-vaccination bill.
U.S. health advisers said Thursday that some Americans who received Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine at least six months ago should get a half-dose booster to rev up protection against the coronavirus.
Ten lawsuits have been filed naming Menorah Park, Montefiore and its former administrator, Ariel Hyman, as defendants following the deaths of residents who had COVID-19.
Ohio has had 1,485,514 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 5,143 cases from Oct. 13 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 14.
Ohio has had 1,480,371 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 5,648 cases from Oct. 12 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 13.
COLUMBUS — A House GOP bill limiting businesses’ ability to require the coronavirus vaccine as a condition of employment hit another roadblock Wednesday, with indications the measure may be unlikely to pass in its current form.
Ohio has had 1,474,723 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 4,456 cases from Oct. 11 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 12.
WASHINGTON (AP) — With many Americans who got Pfizer vaccinations already rolling up their sleeves for a booster shot, millions of others who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine wait anxiously to learn when it's their turn.
ROME (AP) — Moderna has no plans to share the recipe for its COVID-19 vaccine because executives have concluded that scaling up the company's own production is the best way to increase the global supply, the company’s chairman said Monday.
DALLAS (AP) — Southwest Airlines canceled several hundred more flights Monday following a weekend of major disruptions that it blamed on bad weather and air traffic control issues. The company and the pilots union said the cancellations were not in response to the airline's decision to manda…
Ohio has had 1,470,267 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 2,936 cases from Oct. 10 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 11.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Drugmaker Merck asked U.S. regulators Monday to authorize its pill for treating COVID-19 in what would add an entirely new and easy-to-use weapon to the world's arsenal against the pandemic.
Ohio has had 1,467,331 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 5,399 cases from Oct. 9 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 10.
Nearly three dozen children in the country have been afflicted this month with PIMS, a rare but potentially fatal condition that can develop several weeks after recovery from coronavirus.
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“We were thousands again tonight in the streets protesting against the Green passport ... and for our civil rights and our sovereignty,” says Israeli activist.
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Ohio has had 1,458,747 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 6,651 cases from Oct. 7 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 8.
A two-month surge in COVID-19 infections in Ohio appears to be easing, state data shows.
Ohio has had 1,452,096 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 6,310 cases from Oct. 6 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 7.
Most schools have reopened for in-person learning. Many sports teams are allowing capacity crowds. And Broadway has finally reopened after going dark for more than a year-and-a-half.
Published in the “New England Journal of Medicine,” the researchers found a significant waning of immune responses—especially among men, people over 65 and immunosuppressed people.
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Ohio has had 1,445,786 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 6,296 cases from Oct. 5 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 6.
The Israeli Tourism Ministry says it’s working on a plan to allow individual vaccinated visitors to enter the country starting next month.
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Free at-home rapid COVID-19 testing kits are now available at 11 Cuyahoga County Library branches through drive-thru only, as part of statewide library test roll out announced by the Ohio Department of Health on Sept. 7.
Ohio has had 1,439,490 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 5,533 cases from Oct. 4 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 5.
Before authorizing a third COVID-19 vaccine shot for all, the U.S. is looking to clarify the risk of myocarditis mRNA vaccines pose to young people.
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Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and his predecessor Benjamin Netanyahu traded barbs on Israel’s handling of COVID-19, Iran and terrorism.
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Ohio has had 1,433,957 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 4,212 cases from Oct. 3 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 4.
Ohio has had 1,429,745 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 3,445 cases from Oct. 2 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 3.
NEW: Revised health orders
If you have questions regarding COVID-19, call 833-4ASKODH (833-427-5634) or visit coronavirus.ohio.gov.
- COVID-19 information from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health
- COVID-19 community testing in Cuyahoga County
- COVID-19 information from the Ohio Department of Health
- COVID-19 information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- How COVID-19 spreads
- Symptoms of COVID-19
- What to do if you are sick
- Steps to prevent illness
- People at higher risk for COVID-19 and special populations
- Checklist for faith-based and community organizations
- How to talk to children about COVID-19
- Top 10 things to buy to prepare for COVID-19
COVID-19 vaccination program
Responsible RestartOhio requirements
- Assisted Living Facilities & Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities
- Baseball, Softball, & Batting Cages
- Camping and Campgrounds
- Canoe Liveries and Recreational Paddling
- Casinos and Racinos
- Charter Fishing
- Child Care
- Consumer, Retail, Services & Entertainment
- County Fairs
- Deputy Registrar
- Driver Examination Services
- Fishing Tournaments
- General Non-Contact Sports
- General Office Environments
- Golf Course and Miniature Golf Operators
- Gyms, Dance Instruction Studios, and Other Personal Fitness Venues
- Hair Salons, Day Spas, Nail Salons, Barbershops Tanning Facilities, Tattoo Services and Body Piercings
- Hiking and Mountain Biking
- Local and Public Pools and Aquatic Centers
- Manufacturing, Distribution & Construction
- Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Cosmetic Therapy
- Religious Services
- Restaurants, Bars, and Banquet & Catering Facilities/Services
- Skills Training for All Sports
- Tennis Court Operators
- Youth Day Camps
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