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Help is on the way, but hunger still confronts a vast...

When Congress passed a $900 million covid-relief package just before Christmas, it contained good news for legions of desperate Americans. But one of Ohio's...

Biden expected to distribute all available vaccine doses to states

WASHINGTON — More COVID-19 vaccine doses will be available to states sooner under changes that the incoming Biden administration is expected to make to how...

State to send vaccination criteria to schools, teachers union has concerns...

Gov. Mike DeWine explained more of the planned roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations for schools on Thursday, and a state teachers union said the criteria...

How some Columbus prosecutors got vaccinated before health care workers and...

A 29-year-old Columbus prosecutor received a COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday despite officials limiting the scarce doses to nursing home residents, health care workers and certain...

State won’t force nursing home workers to be vaccinated, but nursing...

Even though dismal rates of nursing home workers are accepting the coronavirus vaccine, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday said he would not force...

Vaccinating Black Americans is essential. Key states aren’t doing the work...

By Caroline Chen, Ryan Gabrielson and Topher Sanders of ProPublica Though African Americans are being hospitalized for COVID-19 at more than triple the rate of white...

‘Trust issues’ prompt nursing home workers to decline COVID-19 vaccine, union...

Nursing home workers are passing on their chance at early access to the COVID-19 vaccine, officials say, blowing a crosswind against a scarce supply...

Indigent burial program may see more action amid opioid epidemic, COVID-19...

A state program to help those who can’t afford to bury their loved ones might see more action than usual, and cause the need...

Ohio officials not tracking rate of vaccine refusals

Ohio health officials on Thursday said there's no organized effort to track refusals among people they consider so critical that they've been given first crack at the scarce vaccines.

60% of Ohio nursing home workers refuse vaccine

As the coronavirus vaccine dribbles out far more slowly than promised, many of the people who can get it are refusing to do so. Gov....
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