While Ohio coronavirus cases continue to slowly decline, Gov. DeWine says he can’t predict when remaining health orders might be lifted. The governor outlined the state’s multi-pronged plan it’s using to fight COVID-19, armed with hundreds of thousands of vaccines flowing into Ohio and a continuous increase of mass sites to administer them. He also acknowledged concerns that the state’s vaccine supply could exceed the number of residents willing to receive doses. But while he and health officials are happy with the direction of the virus in Ohio, the governor made it clear the state is still a ways away from the end.
Bridge Fixes Are On
Repairs are underway on the Ohio Turnpike overpass on Ohio 15 at Holiday City. We …