Thursday, March 26
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The number of Ohioans who have tested positive for the new coronavirus rose to 704 people, and 10 have died, according to an Ohio Department of Health update on Wednesday afternoon. This is up significantly from Tuesday afternoon, when 564 people were confirmed to be infected, and eight dead had died COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
Workers in Northeast Ohio say a number of businesses are violating Gov. Mike DeWine’s coronavirus orders
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Hundreds of workers around Northeast Ohio have told cleveland.com that they are confused about why their workplace remains open or that their employer isn’t following the anti-coronavirus guidelines set by the state. Ohio’s stay at home order, which closed “non-essential” businesses and took effect at 11:59 p.m.
Hats off to our emergency workers! Day three of our Virtual Spirit Challenge did not disappoint! We love seeing these smiles and fun hats. Don’t forget to join in tomorrow’s challenge: “You don’t have to be six feet away from a good book,” read to a stuffed animal! #WhippetPride pic.twitter.com/N2xHXI6Lj6
— Shelby City Schools (@shelbywhippets) March 25, 2020
Hat’s off to all of our emergency and healthcare workers! 🥳These Warriors participated in our Virtual Spirit Day today! Tomorrow is all about reading with a stuffed animal – Don’t have one? That’s ok – we’d love to see ANY pictures of you reading! 🧸#TheWarriorWay. pic.twitter.com/rydo8Un56l
— Ontario Schools (@SchoolsOntario) March 25, 2020