Tuesday, March 24
COLUMBUS, Ohio–Ohio’s coronavirus death toll has hit six, after state officials announced three more deaths on Monday — two from Franklin County and one from Stark County. The three new fatalities were not immediately identified by the state.
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio lawmakers on both sides of the aisle favor holding the state’s primary election earlier than June 2, the date set by Secretary of State Frank LaRose after coronavirus fears led the original primary date of last Tuesday to be postponed, according to a top House Republican.
Welcome back, students! We know this a challenging time for many but we are Buckeyes and can do this together. Dean and Director Norman Jones has a message of encouragement for our students and the entire Buckeye Nation! https://t.co/57fM2a03WD— Ohio State Mansfield (@osumansfield) March 23, 2020
Let’s lighten things up a bit – it’s #NationalPuppyDay! Show us pictures of your dogs! Under the #StayHomeOhio order, you can take walks w/ your dogs, but still practice #SocialDistancing w/ others. This is Wasabi, the puppy of one of our Navigators, who came for a visit a while pic.twitter.com/pZgzDMNSUb— OD5 Area Agency on Aging (@aaa5ohio) March 23, 2020
Ontario School employees were at Stingel Elementary this morning, preparing 𝟐𝟕𝟓 breakfast and lunch bags for our students. We remain committed to providing meals for the week to our students every Monday. Parents may pick up the meals, or request delivery. 🥪#TheWarriorWay pic.twitter.com/7UNEiVNUW4— Ontario Schools (@SchoolsOntario) March 23, 2020