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COVID-19 vaccine: Strides toward equity, access demanded

As vaccine distribution slowly but surely continues in the state, minority populations still represent a small percentage of those that have received the vaccine,...

One expert says he can free up millions of vaccines. Ohio’s...

Ohio's supply of the coronavirus vaccine remains under severe strain, with even priority residents facing a months-long wait for a shot. At his coronavirus press...

Ohio economists say return to school will boost the economy

Gov. Mike DeWine is trying to get Ohio students back in the classroom by March and he plans to give adults who work in...

Biden pledges massive vaccine uptick as states struggle with confusion over...

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden on Friday sketched out his proposal for overhauling the country’s slow and uneven effort to vaccinate Americans against COVID-19, pledging...

Biden rolls out $1.9 trillion emergency package to battle pandemic and...

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is calling on Congress to approve a sweeping package for economic and pandemic relief with a price tag twice...

Feds tell states to give COVID-19 vaccine to anyone 65 and...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Tuesday directed state officials to expand who is getting vaccinated for COVID-19, and announced that all available doses...

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...

Year in Review: Our top Ohio feature stories of 2020

There was no shortage of breaking news in 2020, from the governor’s coronavirus press conferences to the late-night lame duck sessions at the Ohio...

Just before Christmas, Columbus evictions proceed despite safety questions

It might be Christmas, but the cruelties of the coronavirus refuse to abate. In addition to all its other horrors, large numbers of central...
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