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"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

05:52 min | 7 months ago

"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Maybe you can take skills from that and get a certification and go different ways. So and i think really. The the value of this conversation with us is to let our listeners. Know that you aren't thinking thoughts by yourself. You know there are thousands of a vets out there who are thinking that same thought. Absolutely yup yup and we hear the story every day but there were a great success stories out there too and You can find a list of those and we have some just on the employer side of you know going over resumes with a Transportation company and we were looking over one and they said. I don't know what this means and i said well that the enwrap means they worked on large vehicles their vehicle mechanic and they're like whoa we. We hired tons of vehicle mechanics actually made that connection and just because the acronym was there. They didn't know what that meant and was just about ready to pass over. So that's what we're out there doing on the employer side as well and we just need this work both sides. That coin is part of that. Use of acronyms by veterans I don't want to say it's because they don't know what it means but it it's like that's the logical pattern of of a conversation. The the the thought of spelling out what that means would never dawn on yup absolutely and you get so used in the military using acronyms. There's so many people in. It is the same pro. Yup and i was in the finance industry for through regulations there. There's a ton there you just get so used to utilize them in the military Abbreviations and acronyms for everything that you get out and you think that that's just a common term and that's what gets put on the resume so yeah it's just seeking that resume advice in getting that support so there and we're out there on the employer side man a lapenne tanks created havoc in everybody's lives of course but i'm.

"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

05:15 min | 7 months ago

"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"So you're getting paid to go back to school. So that's why we see twenty five thousand or so. Gi bill connected students here in the state of ohio. Just because it's such a great resource in the benefit that you know veterans of earned and now it's not so much a hassle as it used to be where you had to pay out of your own pocket waiting for reimbursement right. That was the issue with because the veterans were seen as an exception at the university not negatively. But anything any person who's considered to be an exception than there is a whole lot more steps to have to follow and so often. I think they got more frustrated and walked away as opposed to using those benefits. Yup yup sure and yeah. It's just a lot of questions. But those offices exists now to answer and We've been quite a few of them around the state and they're great. There's you know. Veterans student lounges on campus. Now for veterans only to kind of go and study and things like that so just great things in the higher education world even on that topic. There's still a lot of Transfer credits and transferring military experience. The college credit work being done at the department of education. And you know again that that military career service center you can. You can look at those updates and and see what's going on there as well. the. We've already sort of touched on this but omitted take it a little bit further the the hardest Step for a job. Applicant regardless of their background is to be able to focus in on their work story to tell an employer you know what value are they bringing to the table and this is particularly difficult for veterans. Because as you said. They're talking about their team. They're not talking about themselves. They don't always know themselves how their skills translate into civilian force little own employers understanding that So and you've mentioned some of the things that your office is able to do If nothing else you know to to educate the employers and that there are groups out there can you give some examples of things that have worked really well. Some success stories. You've seen on on veterans. Getting great jobs. Yes sure And and you nailed it. It's it's hard to tell that story and get that you know. I wasn't intelligence analyst in the air force. How does that translate to anything. Outside being an intelligence analyst and the civilian sector and that's where my biggest struggle was so it's working with the means jobs at seeking that help to better sharpen up that resume and we've seen at be successful all across the ohio means job centers across the state. You can actually on that military career service center. They have.

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"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"We were talking a little bit earlier. That veterans are just kind of like a microcosm of the general population. they're everywhere and get employers. Asked me all the time you know. You see veterans going into one career field over another and the answer is no You know. I did a study with ohio. State also probably two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen now but we took a look at their student body for veterans because there was about two thousand veterans and we said you know maybe there's a college that they're leaning towards maybe it's like cybersecurity or something nope it was you know. Two hundred and business two hundred and engineering two hundred and arts and sciences one hundred over in farming agriculture is just all over the board And that's what we see kind of end the employment landscape as well so i guess that would make sense that you're looking at somebody that's served their time came out to you know versus lifer right exactly if they wanted to serve in the military they'd be there for life and then it's you know that sort of thing they're coming out and looking for did their thing and they're coming out. Yeah veterans really are Much more person in transition Just like a college student is in transition to adulthood and high school students in transition to go to college and you almost need a gap here you know it would be nice at veterans could afford a year to just sit back and figure it out but that's not gonna happen well and that's why you know. There's a lot of initiatives and this administration's been greed with trying to reach veterans before they come back to ohio How did someone talk to me. While was deployed that new. I was coming back to ohio. But could start getting me those resources and opportunities and connections before i got back. So we're doing a lot on that level so hopefully more to come on that in the near future of you know because it's hard for us here in ohio because.

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"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Team do so give us a little overview of the team the goals you're trying to reach changes that you've enacted particularly during the pandemic short. Yeah those are great questions. So like i said. We started this about five years ago. Now and i say we we have a regional team. So we're not just. I'm i work in columbus. Cover an area We have a office in dayton that covers kind of western third and also an office up in akron cover northeast ohio as well so our job is to give free consultation to any employer big small public private whatever it might be And give them consultation. Advice on veteran recruiting How to hire onboard and then ultimately retained that talent as well Like i said earlier. We want veterans. Get a job but we also wanted to get the right job that they're gonna stay in as well So that's really what we're here to do. We started five years ago. We had one presentation. We just call to our veteran hiring overview in it you know have some best practices. I heard that many many times. Yeah just some general information. Actually i'll be giving that presentation tomorrow morning And it was just kind of our general presentation as we started to get out there and get out into the state and start talking to employers would ask what else do you want to learn about. And now we have nine presentations. They're all accredited by the society for human resource management to provide free recertification credits to all these great. Hr personnel that. Want to learn more But we have topics now ranging from just you know hiring veterans to learn more about military culture. You know what does it mean to be an e. five steps in the air force. And how does that translate to the rules. You're hiring for two now presentations on how to manage veterans how to interview veterans..

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"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"ohio department" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Is kind of a mouthful there. You're perfectly so that's great. That's revenue on a business card ashes and those of us in civilian service know how hard it is for military to to talk about civilian service and we have difficulty talking about military. Goes both ways right over the past twenty years. I think we've gained a new perspective on the issues. A veterans much has changed since nine eleven. Our country has new perspective on both active military service as well as veterans coming home. Many with dramatic needs. It seems that many of the veterans from they range from eighteen to eighty and older continued to struggle. The ryan is going to give us an overview of the issues and all the wonderful resources programs and services that we have here in ohio ryan. Let's start with an overview of your background and the role of the ohio department of veteran services. Sure so. I am a native of central. I grew up in fairfield county Shortly after high school. I joined the air force on active duty for six years. As an intelligence analyst. Got to see the world. I lived in germany for three years. Utah for three years. Three deployments to iraq and afghanistan. So i like to say they got their money's worth out of me for those six years. When i separated from the military in two thousand ten i came back and struggled with the transition back into the civilian world and that still goes on quite a bit and there's a lot of reasons for why that happens. Everybody has their own story Minds a pretty common one. I was deployed two months before i came back to ohio so working on the resume and doing the job huntin. And you know practicing my interview. Skills just wasn't happening so when i came back to ohio i struggled with the transition. A little bit on by ended up finding work Eventually utilize my Gi bill benefits. That i received the military to get my degree in ohio state and then back in two thousand sixteen right is is graduating..

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ODH Issues Warning as COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surge Across the State

Dan Carroll

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

ODH Issues Warning as COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surge Across the State

"The Ohio Department of Health Friday giving an update on the rise in covid related hospitalizations. Director Dr Bruce Vanderhof said on July 9th only 200 Ohioans were hospitalized with the virus. On Thursday, the number was over 2000. Sadly, it continues to be true that unvaccinated Ohio Islands are by far and away. Covid 19 patients who are filling our hospital bets. Doctor Vanderhof also saying the delta very it is putting even younger people in the hospital, Ohio Friday with the report E 800 new Covid 19 cases In the last 24 hours. There were 165 new hospitalizations, 21 to ICU admissions and 70. More deaths were

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Ohio Hits More Than 3,200 New COVID Cases, Most Since February

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Ohio Hits More Than 3,200 New COVID Cases, Most Since February

"News radio 6 10 W T V N new cases. Hospitalizations continue trending upwards in Ohio, the Ohio Department of Health's Tuesday Covid report shows over 3200 new infections in the state. That is well over the three week average and back the numbers that Ohio last saw in early February before covid vaccines, where as readily available as they are now, new hospitalizations and new ICU admissions are double

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Ohio Reports 231 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday

Sunday Supplement

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Ohio Reports 231 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday

"New Covid 19 cases in the state are staying steady. 231 new cases were reported today earlier by the Ohio Department of Health over 48% of the state has now started the vaccination process. Meanwhile, Ohio State is wanting their students, faculty and staff. We'll get vaccinated for the fall

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"The Ohio Department of Health reported 618 new cases of covert 19, which is well below the three week average. Also, 21 new hospitalizations and five new ICU admissions were also a part of that update over 42% of the state's population of now started the vaccination process and just a reminder that covert health orders are still in effect for a couple more weeks in the back. Guy State. Statewide, covert health orders are still in effect until June. 2nd, However, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has now lifted the mask mandate for people who are fully vaccinated against covert 19. That's effective immediately. It's in keeping with guidance this past week from the CDC. With that amendment from the governor, only people who are unvaccinated now have to wait to take off their masks. June 2nd Jack Crumley. The governor also said that the state is going to stop offering pandemic unemployment assistance of an extra $300 starting on June 26. The governor says this is all due to go over. 19 cases dropping in vaccines becoming more available to people are hospitalized following yesterday's predawn shooting at a Parma hide shopping plaza. Police are saying it happened around two o'clock in the morning outside the Arabica coffee house and took a bar on pro road near York. Police reportedly took three men in their twenties into custody. 25 year old woman and a 22 year old man were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. Police are now investigating, and police are also investigating yesterday's apparent drive by shooting at a central Toledo apartment complex, according to a T p d spokesperson. The shooting happened shortly before 1:30 P.m. at the Pinewood place apartments on Collingwood Boulevard. The victim, described only as a young adult male, was reportedly taken into a nearby hospital with at least one gunshot wound. Police say two shell casings were recovered at that scene. Ah police source reportedly told local media that the victim knew the person who shot him. I'm Sara Lee's keeping you up today to a trending news stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is used is on news radio 6 10 w TV end No place like a cowboy place in the town like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy can today? Yeah, When you're all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground, no way, like the cowboy way. Have a cab candidate here. Like to have a big time. Try the new Big Sky Burger. Every Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on a corn dusted Kaiser bun ain't no way like the cowboy way and a song like a tablet song. Have a cowboy kind of running away. Going wrong. You.

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Ohio COVID-19 Case Rate Drops to Lowest Since October

Lance McAlister

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio COVID-19 Case Rate Drops to Lowest Since October

"Ohio Department of Health says this week's case rate per 100,000 people has dropped for the third continuous week. Ohio, reporting nearly 1400 new cases of coronavirus in the past day. That's below the three week averages Well,

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University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation

Dan Carroll

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation

"Under investigation after he allegedly received the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19 vaccine 21 year old John fully got the vaccine and a mass vaccination side on you Cease campus, according to Fox, 19 Foley was found dead by his roommate Sunday afternoon. Hamilton County corner confirming she has been in contact with the Ohio Department of Health but is waiting on medical records in additional test results before determining the cause of death. Foley is from Columbus. And was studying to become a doctor at U. C.

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Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is on track to have COVID-19 vaccine available to every adult by May 1

Managing to be Wealthy with John Sestina

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is on track to have COVID-19 vaccine available to every adult by May 1

"Ohio is on track to meet the covert 19 vaccine goal set by President Joe Biden during a live address to the nation. Last week, Biden challenged all states to make the vaccine available to everyone by May, 1st. Dwyane said Ohio is well on its way to making sure that every adult in the state who wants to get vaccinated is going to get it in, possibly even before the president's proposed deadline. Nearly one in five state residents are vaccinated or they're planning to get vaccinated. According to the Ohio Department of Health 2,364,861. People in the state have already taken steps to get vaccinated. That number is just above 20% of the state's population. The

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Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill

"Has passed the nearly $2 Trillion coronavirus relief bill, and the bill will provide payments to people making up to $75,000 a year and $80,000 per year will be here in about two weeks. Give or take a few days so people won't have to wait months and months and months. It'll be right in their pockets. At Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. The bill would also fund vaccination efforts, state and local governments and efforts to reopen schools. The bill has to go back to the House for the final passage because changes had been made in the Senate. The Senate took out the provision that would have raised the minimum wage. A report from the Ohio Department of

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890 Moderna vaccines wasted in Ohio; ODH suspends provider

Lance McAlister

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

890 Moderna vaccines wasted in Ohio; ODH suspends provider

"The Ohio Department of Health Suspending specialty acts a Columbus based Cova 19 vaccine provider from future vaccination rollout. After it was discovered. They left 890 doses of and earnest vaccine unused after failing to monitor refrigerator and freezer temperatures while trying to transfer those doses to another provider. Ohio today, reporting close to 6400 and covered 19 cases and 77 new deaths.

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Green Beret charged in Illinois bowling alley shooting

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Green Beret charged in Illinois bowling alley shooting

"S. Army Green Beret accused of shooting up a bowling alley Saturday in Rockford, Illinois, killing three people, wounding three others is staying behind bars, said state's attorney J handling. At this hearing, the judge denied bond for Mr Webb. As such, there is no amount of money Mr Webb can post Get out of jail. Prosecutor says Duke webs alleged attack seems to been random, A jazz musician and his family staying in the New York City hotel. See there were wrongly accused by another person and hotel management of stealing her cell phone. Kenyan, Harold says all went beyond embarrassment and pain of the accusation because he says that patron also physically assaulted his son A. B C's Adrian Banker Carlo Hotel says in a statement that they did reach out to the family to directly apologize. Meanwhile, the family's attorney says that they're petitioning the Manhattan D a to press charges of assault and battery and says that in uber driver later returned that woman's phone you're listening to ABC News. Do you? The Ohio Department of Health reported 4519 New Covad cases today with 62 new deaths. The fate of Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy's job is now in the hands of the city's public safety director, Ned Pettus. A disciplinary hearing was held today for the officer that is accused of shooting Andre Hill. Boy has been stripped of his police powers and has surrendered his gun and badge is pedestal liberates the officers Fate, a

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"You know the House is willing to help get there. I think there's still time although it short Put a deal together. No comment yet on the proposal from President Trump Modern is requesting government approval to expand its Corona virus. Vaccine trials to 12 to 18 year olds. You're listening to ABC News. The Ohio Department of Health today reporting over 7800. You covered 19 cases, which falls below the 21 Day average. But data is still incomplete, with thousands of reports still pending. All other indicators are above their three week averages. New hospitalizations remain high. 436 new admissions over the last 24 hours with 52 new ICU admissions. That's a daily record and 123 new deaths. Ohio step told during the pandemic is now approaching 6700. Some cover 19 test results from the Lucas County Fairground site or lost the Toledo Lucas County Health Department is encouraging anyone who was tested November 18 to get another test. Officials say a small number of tests encountered a shipping issue. The Health Department still trying to find the missing samples. The Montgomery County coroner today releasing a report on the death of a freshman at the University of Dayton, Rolling Michael Karen's death an accident. Montgomery County Coroner Dr Ken He, Harshbarger said. The cause of Kieran's death was blunt force injury of the head dating, police say Karen left campus on foot to pick up a pizza. At some point, he accepted a ride from a driver of the pickup truck and was seated in the bed of the truck. Urine fell from the bed of the truck about a mile into that ride, and the driver never stops. Report what happened or help him. You're and died the next day from his injuries, police said. They identified people in the truck and interviews were ongoing, but they have not released information on who was driving the truck when Karen fell out, or if they plan on charging the driver, Ohio Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur was looking to be the chair of the House Appropriations Committee when the new Congress convenes in January. On Tuesday, the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee gave the recommendation to someone else throwing their support to representative Rosa Dell'Oro of Connecticut. A spokesperson for the Toledo area congresswoman says the hope is that the caucus will set aside the recommendation. And give the gavel to capture. The Miami can stay football game set for this Saturday has been canceled. His Kent deals with covered 19 cases. It will not be made up, and officials say it will be declared a no contest. I'm Sean Gallagher, Updating you with the most essential.

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Ohio reports record 11,885 COVID-19 cases in part due to reporting delays

Lance McAlister

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio reports record 11,885 COVID-19 cases in part due to reporting delays

"In the Ohio Department Department of of Health Health announcing announcing 11,885 11,885 new new cover cover 19 19 cases cases this this afternoon, afternoon, but but Said Said in in overwhelmed overwhelmed system system and and reports reports being being delayed delayed from from labs labs may may have have contributed contributed to to the the higher higher number number 282 new hospitalizations 36 to ICU admissions and 24. New deaths were also reported. In

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COVID-19 in Ohio: Hospitalizations jump by 216 amid 2,015 new cases

Mike McConnell

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 in Ohio: Hospitalizations jump by 216 amid 2,015 new cases

"216 new hospitalizations for covered 19 were in Tuesday's report from the Ohio Department of Health. Governor Mike DeWine says they're the most reported in a single day during the pandemic, and there's over 50 hospitalizations Mohr than the previous high that was back in July. In addition to that, we now have more people. Who have covert who are in our hospitals in the hospital beds than any other time during this pan, along with the rise in hospitalizations, 36 new ICU admissions over 2000 new cases, an eight new deaths were reported.

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Nearly 1,300 new coronavirus cases reported in Ohio

Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 1,300 new coronavirus cases reported in Ohio

"New Corona virus cases were announced by the Ohio Department of Health Saturday is after a daily record of 1840 were reported Friday. 54 new hospitalizations knew I seeyou admissions and three new desk for also in Saturday's numbers, Ohio was approaching another grim milestone 5000 total distance. The pandemic began in March.

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"The Ohio Department of Health reported three new covert 19 deaths since Saturday. Cases also increased by 637 and hospitalizations went up by 22, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's next scheduled briefing on the state's Corona virus numbers is set for this Tuesday at two o'clock, and there's a big concern over large gatherings at a university in Ohio after Cove in 19 cases went up. Last week. University of Toledo administrators are voicing concern about off campus gatherings after 34 students reportedly tested positive for covert 19 last week and a letter written to students on Friday, the university president advised those who have attended such gatherings that they should do their best to self isolate. Another university official predicted that a second jump in new cases was likely to be seen. As early as next week. Rick you Chino, Cleveland Browns players and staff are reportedly working from home today and made Corona virus concerns. The Brown said in a statement that some covert 19 tests came back positive for multiple people in their organization. However, the NFL has also reported some irregularities in recent results from a lab that they've been using to conduct those tests. Columbus Police are saying that a woman has come out of an apartment and a gun was recovered after the SWAT team responded to a barricade situation. Asian on Cleveland Avenue. The SWAT team arrived around 2 30 in the morning after a family member called 911. Authorities say that the woman was armed inside her apartment but ended up coming out around 7 30. Some of the apartments in that area were also evacuated and there's a new member of the family at the Cincinnati Zoo in Botanical Garden officials made the announcement that the baby is an eastern black rhinoceros and was born on Friday night. A new name for the baby is still pending. I'm Sarah Lease you the latest.

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Ohio State parents push back on Big Ten’s decision to postpone season

Scott Sloan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio State parents push back on Big Ten’s decision to postpone season

"Parents of Ohio State football players calling on the commissioner of the Big 10 to reinstate a 10 game schedule. That had been unveiled before it was ultimately shelved until next spring. Those parents want football this fall, they posted a letter to commissioner Kevin Warren on Social Media, saying they believe But Ohio State is providing a safe environment for their sons to prepare for the football season. The Ohio Department of Health says using a face shield does not satisfy the requirements of the state's mask order in the schools. The state's order for K through 12 schools makes kids wear masks with certain

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"In Ohio Today, the Ohio Department of Health ESE Reporting there were over 1261 new cases of the virus reported this afternoon. It brings the total in the state to over 66,000 since mid March. The death toll now stands at 3064 in Ohio. A new study suggests that so some of those who contract the Contract the corona virus and develop the antibodies. They might only last for a couple of months, meaning that person could become infected again. As much as we've learned about the Corona virus. There's still so much we don't know Case in point, a new study from the UK suggesting people who get it and beat it still couldn't catch it again. We just don't know what this virus and I think it's important for people to realize. People who have been infected, then it's still need to take precautions. Doctor Paul get for It is an infectious disease specialist at the University of Alabama. The study also shows or people who made it through without ever showing symptoms. Their immunity might be even less. Sheriff Reston, ABC News 12 Ohio counties remain at a red level three emergency status Today. Masks are mandatory in those 12 counties when you were out in public. Meanwhile, the calls continue for schools to reopen their doors in the next few months, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany reiterating the administration's position that schools need to open in the fall. Despite the large number of covert 19 cases nationwide. There are grave consequences for school, staying shut down 55%. Suction.

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Ohio sets another record for single-day COVID-19 cases

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio sets another record for single-day COVID-19 cases

"The Ohio Department of Health says there are 1525 new cases of Corona virus in the states in the last 24 hours. That's a new record high for Ohio, beating the old record of about 1400 set back in April. 24 more people are dead, pushing the overall death toll to 3032 people. As of this evening, a dozen Ohio counties considered to be in the Red level three will have a mask order in effect until conditions with the virus

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Coronavirus Cases Hit Another Record in the U.S.

Scott Sloan

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Cases Hit Another Record in the U.S.

"Four states recording new highs for covered nineteen cases today Florida Georgia South Carolina and Nevada reaching those record highs Arizona did not top its record but it did set a new record for hospitalizations Texas governor Greg Abbott says he regrets allowing bars to reopen so early saying he is surprised by just how fast the virus is spreading the U. S. is now top two and a half million total cases the Ohio department of health reporting eight hundred seventeen new cover nineteen cases along with sixteen new desk today there were fifty four new hospitalizations and twelve new ICU admissions total tested a couple nineteen in Ohio now exceed twenty eight hundred Kentucky announcing three hundred sixteen new cases and one new death today Indiana reporting close to five hundred new cases of twenty one you tested the

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Ohio state health director resigns

Mark Blazor

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio state health director resigns

"Wyatt governor Mike DeWine announced today that Dr Amy Acton will be stepping down as director of the Ohio department of health five as lance Himes who served as past out of interim director to assume that role again as interim director and he has agreed to do that the governor says she will now become his chief health advisor as we enter another phase of the corona virus

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Ohio House passes bills limiting health department orders

Mark Levin

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio House passes bills limiting health department orders

"And at the state house today the house passed two bills aimed at limiting the power of orders that were signed by the director of the Ohio department of health Senate bill one would require all orders issued by the director to last no longer than fourteen days and that an extension to the order can then be requested that bill now heads over to the

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"Mostly clear overnight tonight and frosty the low down to thirty six some patchy frost is possible in a frost advisory in effect for parts of central Ohio tomorrow we warm up to sixty three degrees of breezy afternoon and some wintry mix is coming on Friday whether powered by the basement Dr it's fifty seven in west Jefferson fifty six ed your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN as the state slowly reopens Ohio governor Mike DeWine says that increased covert nineteen testing and contact tracing are essential to keeping everyone in the Buckeye state safe and healthy in tandem with testing the state needs tracers to track the virus around the state and the Ohio department of health is hiring them the pace starts it over eighteen dollars an hour cosines a science festival is under way and this year it's all online there are dozens of virtual chats and experiments that kids can take part in that festival runs through Saturday and former Pickaway county sheriff Dwight Radcliff has passed away after a recent illness the eighty seven year old was the longest serving sheriff in the nation after serving twelve consecutive terms he served in law enforcement for a total of more than fifty five years starting as a deputy under his father who was also a Pickaway county sheriff and Dwight son Robert is the current Pickaway county sheriff here A. B. C. six first warning weather a frost advisory is in effect tonight for central Ohio clear and cold tonight with patchy frost expected and the low dropping down to thirty six currently it's fifty seven degrees and Allison Y. into this news a serviceable legacy retirement group our next report at seven every day stay informed everything you need to stay informed radio six W. T. V. N..

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Ohio House passes bills limiting health department orders

Mark Blazor

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio House passes bills limiting health department orders

"House the house passed two bills aimed at limiting the power of order signed by the director of the Ohio department of health Senate bill one would require all orders issued by the director to last no longer than fourteen days and then after that an extension to that order can be requested that bill now heads over to

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"The Ohio department of health yesterday today has now confirmed a one thousand nine hundred and thirty three corona virus cases in the state this afternoon there have also been over four hundred and seventy five total hospitalizations around one hundred and forty of them in the I. C. U. they're also now thirty nine reported deaths one of those was a Delaware County resident and the governor said to provide the latest information at a press conference that set to be held within the hour keep it tuned right here to six ten WTVN to listen live the president meanwhile is backed off easy stir timeline now to get the American economy back up to business after new warnings that the covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. could be as high as two hundred thousand president trump amending is coded nineteen guidance now saying Americans should keep social distancing in place through April I changed his top doctor Anthony Fauci explained on Good Morning America to pull back the mitigation methods before you reach the peak and turned and turned the corner I think really would have been improvements out you also saying drugs to treat coated nineteen are in the works like early summer late spring we will get a signal in one of those drugs to see whether it works or not Alex mache ABC news Washington the FDA has approved a new mask cleaning machine that could help better protect those on the front lines the machines built by Ohio company Patel were being limited to cleaning just ten thousand masks the day and could only be used in Ohio but governor Mike to one push the White House Sunday we can clean eighty thousand these every single day for yes let us go do it the FDA gave approval Sunday night Patel CEO Lou von fair we're not ready to turn the operation on so we have one system for containers fully up and operational today in Ohio other machines will be sent to coronavirus hot spots like Seattle New York and Washington D. C. Ribeiro ABC news today Dublin city schools donated over three thousand and ninety five masks to the Ohio health department the district says they will be stored in their warehouse in the city and also helping first responders a small distillery in Ohio that just got its state license is not turning out bond could just yet instead they're making ethanol that they're putting in bottles as sanitizer and it just looked at each other my partner and I and said Hey you know we make alcohol we can we can help you know can only L. V. que distillery in mid dina says it was the right thing to do he says visitors to to to their distillery can get one free bottle of their seventy five percent alcohol solution but most of what they're producing is being given to first responders such as police and fire another day in Corentin means another price drop at the pump gas prices are still plummet again Ohio as more people stay home to avoid covert nineteen gasbuddy dot com reporting the average price of self serve regular is down twelve cents this week to one dollar sixty.

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"With the Ohio department of health's is meant to pull people together to overcome the virus don't feel like this is pulling us apart I believe this is joining us to each other and binding us to each other but will have to be all of us all of us following the direction the governor's laying out to go into this battle and make the sacrifices she maintains a goal so not over run the state's health care system along with the other essentials being stocked up at the grocery store amid the corona virus outbreak people are buying up guns and ammunition Delbert C. owner of Ellie PT firearms in range so last Friday was our busiest day ever in seven years so that that was six Black Friday's presidential elections all of that Friday beat it Saturday beat Friday by sixty percent Tuesday though Tuesday beat Saturday by a hundred and twenty percent it is it is like nothing the industry has ever seen he's concerned about the vacuum it's being created by the run of amble and suppliers and may not be able to keep up with demand the national coronavirus map still shows that think this concentration of cases on the two coasts but officials in the middle of the country are concerned that the way this coming this is Jim Ryan in Dallas the governor of Texas made his disaster declaration on Friday since that time the number of people have tested positive for the double the estimate is six hundred sixty eight positive cases with eight deaths in Texas the governor has ordered health care providers to postpone elective surgeries to free up medical resources Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas a second Senate vote scheduled today on whether to advance a coronavirus stimulus package Sunday evening the trillion dollar bill came up well short of the sixty votes needed to clear procedural hurdle democratic leaders say the Republican bill doesn't give working Americans enough protection against corporations too much leeway Amazon giving company workers a pay hike for overtime during the pandemic the mega retailer plans to raise overtime pay for warehouse workers instead of time and a half workers will get double time for the extra hours they work beyond forty per week the increase.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"Of the Ohio department of health Saturday afternoon we have right now as of our last testing batch we have twenty six confirmed cases in Ohio so we started at one on Monday and we're now at twenty six Dr action says fourteen are males twelve females and of the twenty six seven of been hospitalized the mean age of those affected is fifty three ranging between thirty one and eighty six years old Hey another positive case was announced late Saturday night this one in northwest Ohio the Toledo Lucas county health department says the person with the present positive case had recently traveled to an affected area the department is holding a press conference this morning at eleven o'clock to provide more details Cleveland Clinic and university hospitals of open a drive through testing site for the corona virus you can drive right into the parking area of the W. O. Walker building on Euclid Avenue in the university circle neighborhood and their staff members from the two hospitals can get what they need to test you for the covert nineteen virus now this is the important part don't just drive there you first need to see a doctor to check out your symptoms and you must have a doctor's note to that effect you can do virtual testing through Cleveland Clinic express care online I'm Tom Moore the Columbus zoo and aquarium is because you know indoor activities to the coronavirus concerns that will run into at least April six outdoor portions will be open for now and some concessions will also be available in canton the pro football hall of fame is closing temporarily as a precaution due to cover nineteen the hall of fame is scheduled to reopen on March twenty seventh for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shout it listen to the daily die beach daily I heart radio app.

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"ohio department" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"Coming up cove in nineteen affecting lots of things including gasoline prices. That's next this morning on Columbus concern. Stay with us. A health threat anywhere is a health threat everywhere. I'm Dr Phil. A New Corona virus outbreak called Cove nineteen started in China and is spreading to many countries including the US. It's critical to get the facts about how to protect our friends and loved ones while CDC is working with states and communities to stop the spread of the virus health workers and emergency response. Efforts need our support. The Foundation a nonprofit organization is focusing on immediate and critical needs. That help protect our communities here at home and those around the world we can all play a role in stopping this deadly virus. Get UPDATES learn how to protect your friends and family and find out how to help go to CDC Foundation Dot Org that CDC Foundation Dot Org Together. Our impact is greater. This has been a public service announcement brought to you by the CDC Foundation. I'm Andrew saw commissioner of Social Security. Beware of telephone scammers. Pretending to be government. Employees real social security employees will never threaten. You call is threatening you with arrest or other legal action and demanding. Money are not from us. If you receive a call like this hang up do not provide them with any form of payment or information report the call at Oh. I died as essay dot Gov Mark News. Welcome back to Columbus concerns public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting while the cove in nineteen viruses affecting the economy. As we've seen a Wall Street this week it's also affecting the price of the pump. Kimberly SCHWINN OUR FRIEND FROM TRIPLE A. Is here to tell us a little bit about gasoline. Prices motorist probably noticed gas prices falling around the state. This is mainly tied to the corona virus and fears that the corona virus will continue to reduce global economic growth and global demand for crude oil. Ohio's average today's two dollars and twenty four cents a gallon a week ago. It was at two dollars and forty cents a gallon. So we've seen gas prices across Ohio fall by sixteen cents in one week. Many stations across the state or now setting below two dollars a gallon nationally. We're seeing an average today of two dollars and forty two cents a gallon a year ago. It was at two forty three so only one sense different but the price has fallen nationally on average about five cents in the past week so we are seeing prices falling across the country. This is largely tied to demand destruction and fears of further demand. Destruction caused by the corona virus. Ah last week. Crude oil futures lost more than sixteen percent according to opus. This is the largest decline in more than eleven years. Last week ended with crude oil prices at their lowest levels since December of two thousand and eighteen since gas prices are largely tied to the crude oil prices. We've also been seeing races falling at the pump. Own Markets and crude oil prices have advanced slightly in the last couple of days. It's really difficult to say if they're going to continue to advance or fall back again. Some of the recent optimism in the market has really been tied to other fact that OPEC allies are going to be meeting later this week. And there's been talk of cutting crude oil production globally to help to rebalance the market and raise the crude oil prices. They're taking some of that excess crude out of the market To help to raise the prices in addition there's been notes that central banks have suggested that they're going to hope countries dealing with the economic impact of cove in nineteen so this is also helped to give the market a little bit of optimism and see a little bit of an increase this week so very difficult to tell how long this is going to continue or if it's going to continue we'll know more later this week when OPEC and its allies meet. Another factor to consider is that we are just a couple of weeks away from The spring refinery maintenance season so in the middle of March we typically will see refineries changeover from the winter blend of gasoline to the summer blend of gasoline which is a little bit more expensive to make During that time refineries will often undergo spring maintenance. Which can cause some refineries to be off line or possibly have some issues when they're starting back up a lot of times. We will see price bikes related to the changeover from the winter blend of gasoline to the summer blend of gasoline and also that refinery maintenance in addition as we get closer to the summer driving season we typically see prices hitting their highest points of the year in May or June Just as we enter into the peak of the summer driving season. So it's going to be very interesting to see whether that happens or not this year because the corona virus is really driving the global economy and the gas prices right now. So it's all going to depend on how it plays out And how long? It continues to impact the global economy. And that's the latest on gasoline prices from Kimberly Schwinn from AAA OHIO. And she talks about the lower prices because of the corona virus most of the deaths that have occurred in the US have been centered at a nursing. Home in the Seattle area correspond trace. Gallagher tells us about some new action that they're taking in King County Washington Seattle's King County is trying a novel approach by purchasing an econolodge and several trailers to house corona virus patients which is not going over well with neighbors right across the street. This is close to home so I have a concern about it. There are also a heart rending. Quarantine stories like the viral picture of the elderly couple married for sixty years now separated because of quarantine or the Alabama church members who went to Israel to visit the holy sites and unfortunately stayed in Bethlehem hotel. Where a previous guests tested positive for corona virus and president trump went to the CDC on Friday more from Jessica Rosenthal when president trump went to the CDC Friday. He and officials were peppered with questions including testing for covert. Nineteen has been so slow shortly after redistributed. The first bachelor tests to some of the state health labs that there was an issue with one component of the test so we quickly put together a team to try to figure out what that issue was and we suggested that people not test until we can sort that out. Cdc Dr Steven Munro said they test for three signatures and identified that two of those were sufficient for a positive test health and Human Services Secretary Alex as our said local labs were being validated to have their own testing so by the end of next week he said the US should have four million tests. Available Jessica Rosenthal Fox News. And that's the way this this morning on. Columbus concerns and we thank you very much for joining us. I'm Mark News. Thanks for listening to Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. You can send questions or comments about today's show to Columbus concerns in care of this station. 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"ohio department" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"This is Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. Here's your host Mark News at. Thanks so much for joining us this morning. Of course everyone is talking about Kovic. Nineteen or the corona virus. We still haven't had any cases reported here in Ohio no confirmed cases as of today however we have had confirmed cases as close as Kentucky and Indiana as the virus continues to spread across the US. Well this week Dr Amy Acton. The head of the Ohio Department of Health was a guest on our low power and Randy morning show on ninety nine seven the blitz here in Columbus and she gave some good advice on Kovic. Nineteen Dr Acton. Thanks so much for spending some time here on the show with us and taking a second how you done this morning good. It's good to be here this morning. Thank you as someone who's really into fitness and health and wellness. I was a little bit you know. Obviously it was a gut blow yesterday as we saw you and Mike. Dewine talking about The spectator aspect of the Arnold being canceled. What exactly went into that in the thought behind it. Well I can tell you know that. That was a very big decision. One that took a lot of thought and I have to really commend first of all the governor. The mayor and the organizers Anybody saw Arnold Schwarzenegger himself spoke This is a hard decision. But as you know they're taking preventative measure It is an unusual and unique situation that many athletes from over eighty countries. There are over twenty thousand athletes. Twenty five two hundred fifty thousand spectators. So you know it is. It is something that the. Cdc came out with new guidance and it has to do with. You know the local capacity to put preventive measures in place. And I can tell you. Columbus public health is one of the best health department in this country and they feel they can do a very very good job protecting the athlete but This is a preventative measure to stop the spread of disease talking about the spread of the disease. Are there any other events that are coming up in the near future that will be cancelled? That are large gatherings Games Blue Jackets Games breasts. The Crew Yeah. I think at this point you know. I think we're GONNA see evolving cancellations around the world you're seeing just to you. Know just athletes without spectator. Large conferences businesses. Not Sending in workers and again. This is something that can help. Slow US passing very catchy infectious disease to each other and I suspect we'll see more of it at this point. You know something like a two hour your kids back while game or something like that is still something where you can take precautions. Wash your hands. Avoid being very close to someone. Who's crossing our sneezing. But when you're talking something. So big as a arnold where people are there for days and very close quarter. That's different but I think you'll see this evolving thoughtfulness as as we see community spread Here soon I'm sure we'll see it in. Ohio is seeing it around the country so in New York City they are already disinfecting the public transit. Are we going to be doing things like that with the code buses and stuff like that? Yes absolutely you know. There's so much that goes on behind the scenes in has been going on for weeks and we work with businesses and hospitals and schools. Getting them tips on how to get ready. How to do cleaning and I WANNA say to people at home regular cleaners work so they can be doing that as well. Okay and so. Let's just go through it step by step so if people are listening to this for the first time how is the best way that people here in Columbus Ohio can protect ourselves against the Cova? Nineteen buyers want folks to take it seriously but not be afraid. This violence is a lot like the flu in. I don't think people take the fluid seriously. They started. We actually have a vaccine for that and people should get that vaccine if they haven't yet but it is like a bad flu experience factious people who are outerly immuno-compromised healthcare workers are little more susceptible to it than the average person. It looks a lot like server. Coughing potentially difficulty breathing but for most people. Most people will get it stay home. Stay home if you're sick and and they'll get through it Some folks that will need to be hospitalized. What you can do. We recommend recommendations. I would make right now. Are you know stock up in case you have to stay home from work On some food for about two weeks. Have your medicine supply of your regular medicine for thirty days. Think things like cold medicines and things. So if you're staying home you don't have to go out to the drugstore and potentially exposed more people think about your elderly parents think about neighbors who alone and don't have how as much as people are afraid. This is a time we can also help each other and that is a message. I really want to get out there. We have more checks On our website Corona Virus Dot Ohio Dot. Gov Washing your hands as boring as that sounds can stop the spread back fifty percent laughing all things. It's boring the coughing and your sleeve. The things were saying actually worked the proven to work so And then just kicking some distance if somebody is coughing sneezing around with lots of tips on how you can prepare the mostly. How can we help each other? Because a lot of people will be more you'll be told to stay at home and rasp potentially if you have the disease for up to fourteen days At this point I'm dreaming of a Quarantine. Wasn't that flex but you know so you know retired. Try to see the positive side of things and and but that's what it will look like for. Most people be like a foolish deadly thirty. Five thousand people died in this country last year from flu and we've had a third A child die in Ohio from the flu. So it is polluted colts in all of these things. Work On all of these diseases so I'm kind of nervous because all the reports I'm reading it attacks the lungs that's what it wants wants to attack the lungs and so it wasn't necessarily do that right. It does the flu actually a lot of times when hostile. I will be for things like pneumonia so it does go to the lungs and difficulty breathing. Assign to look for when you know. That will be a sign that your your disease is worth name should definitely be talking to your healthcare provider. I have asthma so it gives me anxiety. I'm like I can't even I don't want to catch it all because I already have terrible. Longs until you know definitely talked your healthcare provider on that do all these preventive measures. That really will help and again. The flu could do this to you too. If you haven't had a vaccine go get that because again the hardest thing about this new diseases. It'll be a while before we have a vaccine and we're not immune to it so so again you know. I want people to take the right precautions. Corona Virus Dot Ohio Dot Gov and then but but those things will help and and you know your doctor and provider will be there with you to walk through it as our local health departments. The great resources of information on the. I'm so sorry I had to let people know that. Amy Acting is on the phone with us right now. The director of the Ohio Department of Health. So I wake up this morning. And we have one strain of corona virus and now reading reports that there are two strains of corona virus in her spreading around the world. Seventy percent of infected patients have caught the more aggressive contagious. And so maybe that's why people were getting it again. Rumor Kelly. We were reading reports that once a had the coronavirus it was all said and done. They caught it again. Like both the strains here in the United States so there's a whole family of corona viruses. Some of them caused the common cold. And I think that's where that misunderstanding could be coming from. There's a technical corona virus that is a common cold this new type. The Beta class is zoonotic disease. Meaning that from animal to human. And that's what happened in China that happens occasionally with fires as we probably give them to our pets too and talks about that but this virus is a particular strain that again is particularly infectious and and does have you know that Fatality rate of up to three percent again. Our knowledge of it is evolving daily. So you know that's why I know. It's confusing the people that adds to fear because we learn a little bit more every day. That's quite so important to go to good trusted. Sources of information I think that that that people probably aren't being reinfected with it. Actually I think the testing or Swat not being done right or it's not. There's more to that CA. I I think we'll learn more about that. I'm thinking people had it all along. Not Being reinfected in your opinion. How far out is some sort of vaccine? Well you know I don't feel slow but it's actually with each one of these like the viruses that we go through like this eve outbreaks things get faster and faster. It's practically a miracle that they are going to be testing and less than three months. I talked. Science has evolving on this. That we can even test for it will be passing here in Ohio. That is a miracle but the actual vaccine is about a year to year and a half away. There is some hope there are some anti viral sort of like Tamiflu is if you already have the flu. There are some that are already on the market that are being tested against this virus will know in about forty forty five days if it's effective and that would be a great boon to us in this fight against this virus and there's the latest on. Cova nineteen from the head of the Department of Health. Dr Amy Acton who appeared this morning on our ninety nine seven the blitz radio station here in Columbus.

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"With the Ohio department of agriculture open meeting of the molecule that they feed additive and what it does is that actually converts fat muscle it is important for consumers especially those bits of a legal product licensed by FDA it's a very safe product it's been out there for four years it's a good safe wholesome product that works it's legal to be patent pigs in Lake County she states it's legal because in cattle in feedlots will last forty five days for the go to slaughter despite all of that one of America's largest trading partners will no longer accept pork that has been produced using the substance trying to hold U. S. because they're starting to black work for most people and pork products that they will not accept any pork products from flying out of been fed racked help meet any time in our life and so that creates marketability issue or all swine so as a result of this whole thing the Packers the ship internationally in order to have that market act those have stated they're not going to slaughter any pigs that have been bad rach well make that affects our county fairs in our state fair because a lot of these things go into these water channels that will eventually end up in exporting our products and so the bottom line is boards are concerned because they want to protect themselves liability wise the state fair is going to require an affidavit to be signed and turned in a way and to state that these exhibitors have never fed Rachael green color picks Dr for she says pick exhibitors can choose to take this precaution one step further have you ever made one three one eight five eight from a producer or jackpot show or what shall show you get as a napping David fine by the seller to state that you could not get back to me Applebee's only twenty four hours old after forty eight hours you're probably not going to find out if your body will remain in the organs of that great for a long time certainly a lifetime of export markets currently reflect more than twenty five percent of the value of the U. S. pork industry and maintaining that level of trade is vital for Ohio farmers a loss of pork export markets would of course affect the pork industry but it would also have an impact on the feed grain industry and the economic impact would be felt across the entire agriculture spectrum in his new book.

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"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ohio department" Discussed on WTVN

"Were picked up the NFL says it was aware of rob. Craft that he had been caught in that sex trafficking crackdown, and they are monitoring developments. Also today are Kelly has now been indicted on charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving at least four underage girls. First victim initials, h w was involved in incidents which occurred between may twenty six to nine hundred ninety eight and may twenty fifth nineteen ninety nine a grand jury returned an indictment on four counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Based on the victim being under the age of seventeen and Robert Kelly being more than five years older than the victim, Cook County, Illinois state attorney Kimberly FOX today, charged the r&b superstar after they received a videotape allegedly showing Kelly having sex with an underage girl. The number of cases of the flu are climbing across Ohio just last week. There were five hundred and thirty four new fluid associated hospitalizations across the state. Cases in Ohio. We actually have three pediatric death. Dr Clint with the Ohio department of health says this is the time of year when flu types change. He also says the recent cold snap did not help either and Pinterest will block vaccinations searches to stop the circulation of misinformation the social media sites said in a statement to CNBC it is placing a ban on all vaccination searches until it can find a solution to the misinformation that's being spread by anti vacs. Posts your ABC, six first warning weather, cloudy skies tonight, a low of thirty four I'm Alison Wyant. Our next report coming up at five o'clock for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news,.

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