Analysis: COVID-19 Vaccinations In Ohio Jumped 33% After Vax-A-Million NewsThe number of people in Ohio age 16 and older who received their initial COVID-19 vaccine jumped 33% in the week after the state announced its million-dollar incentive lottery.
Democratic Senator Praises Ohio’s Republican Governor Mike DeWineRepublican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has gotten criticism from within his own party for his aggressive anti-coronavirus measures, but a Democratic senator had praise for him.
Lawmakers Seek Long-Term Limit On Governors’ Emergency PowerAs governors loosen long-lasting coronavirus restrictions, state lawmakers across the U.S., including in Pennsylvania and Ohio, are taking actions to significantly limit the power they could wield in future emergencies.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Delays Three Remaining 2021 ExecutionsOhio Governor Mike DeWine on Friday delayed the three remaining executions that were scheduled for this year.
Ohio Drops Vaccination Age To 50 As New Cases DecreaseOhio’s governor has again dropped the minimum age eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations, this time to those 50 years or older.
Ohio To Receive Nearly 450K Coronavirus Vaccines This WeekOhio Gov. Mike DeWine says the approval of a third coronavirus vaccine means the state will receive nearly 450,000 doses this week.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine: Up to 30% Of Fans Could Be Allowed In Crowds For Spring Pro TeamsOhio Gov. Mike DeWine says pro sports teams could allow up to 30% of fans in stadiums this spring under a pandemic-related plan for sports.
Governor Mike DeWine Warns Ohio Schools To Reopen As Agreed To Get VaccinesOhio Gov. Mike DeWine has publicly rebuked school officials in Akron and Cincinnati for backtracking on commitments they’d made to offer in-person learning by March 1.
Ohio Governor Proposes $1 Billion To Offset Pandemic HarmSmall businesses and local communities would receive hundreds of millions of dollars to help with recovery from the coronavirus pandemic under a $1 billion initiative announced by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine that also includes aggressive marketing of Ohio as a place to work and live.