North Ridgeville Corn Festival canceled for 2021, but calendars marked for 2022

“While we recognize and appreciate Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s recent guidance to allow similar-style events and fairs in June, we feel it important to maintain our caution for the safety of our community.” the committee said.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,789 new COVID-19 cases

  Misinformation fuels COVID-19 vaccine conspiracy theories

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,799 new COVID-19 cases

  COVID-19 vaccine passports could bring privacy concerns

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,632 new COVID-19 cases

Cleveland Indians announce fan capacity at Progressive Field is increasing

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Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,076 new COVID-19 cases

Ohio Investigative Unit cites 2 businesses for violating Gov. DeWine’s health orders

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,987 new COVID-19 cases

Sandusky physician charged with prescribing medically unnecessary controlled substances and health care fraud

Ohio health officials report 72 additional COVID-19 deaths in the past 24 hours

  Has Ohio reached a plateau when it comes to COVID-19 vaccinations?

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine halt creates roadblock for housebound vaccinations

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine pause isn’t just affecting clinics and mass vaccination sites in Northeast Ohio. It’s also created a roadblock for some county health programs that help vaccinate homebound residents.

  Small number of ‘breakthrough cases’ in fully vaccinated people in Ohio and throughout the US

It's important to put these rare cases into perspective.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,164 new COVID-19 cases

As of Thursday, the Department of Health said 18,917 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,048,109 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank to host drive-thru distribution in Muni Lot Thursday

You must pre-register at www.WeFeedCLe.org.

  Pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine has major impact on some Ohio pharmacies

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,216 new COVID-19 cases

Here’s what is known about vaccine side effects and the more serious reactions from the Johnson & Johnson shot

  Doctors: COVID-19 vaccine benefits outweigh risks in light of J&J pause

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,340 new COVID-19 cases

  Several Northeast Ohio universities suspend Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Gov. DeWine advises Ohio providers to pause use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to blood clot concerns

The governor and Ohio Department of Health are joining the call recommending a temporary pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

  New study: Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doesn’t offer as much protection against South African variant

The new study’s findings differ from Pfizer’s most recent trial data.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,934 new COVID-19 cases

As of Monday, the Department of Health said 18,827 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,041,389 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Third state temporarily shuts down Johnson & Johnson vaccination site after several people suffer adverse reactions

Doctors are warning people not to panic.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,855 new COVID-19 cases

As of Sunday, the Ohio Department of Health reported 1,039,455 total coronavirus cases in the state since the start of the pandemic.

Ohio Investigative Unit cites 6 businesses for violating Gov. DeWine’s health orders

The latest on citations issued this weekend

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,048 new COVID-19 cases

As of Saturday, the Ohio Department of Health reported 1,037,600 total coronavirus cases in the state since the start of the pandemic.

  Studies show vaccinated moms pass COVID-19 antibodies to babies through breastfeeding

New research shows the vaccine can transfer antibodies from mothers to babies.

Cuyahoga County executive says he’s disappointed that more underserved residents did not use mass vaccination site

Cuyahoga County’s top health leaders, including Executive Armond Budish and Commissioner Terry Allan, held a briefing on Friday afternoon regarding the region’s progress in rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,946 new COVID-19 cases

As of Friday, the Department of Health said 18,827 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,035,552 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Proposed bill would prohibit discrimination against Ohioans who choose not to get vaccinated

A Republican state lawmaker from Ohio recently introduced legislation that would protect individuals who choose not to get a vaccine from discrimination, regardless of their immunization status.

  Bridging the Great Health Divide: Doctor shortages in Holmes County

Finding a primary care doctor appointment isn’t easy to find or get to in some rural parts of Northeast Ohio.

  COVID-19 cases down in rural Holmes County as vaccinations increase

19 News is taking a closer look at one rural county in northeast Ohio that’s seeing a big drop in cases.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,742 new COVID-19 cases

As of Thursday, the Department of Health said 18,744 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,033,606 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Kent State among colleges to vaccinate students before they head home for summer break

Gov. Mike DeWine challenged colleges all over the state to vaccinate as many students as possible before sending them home for the summer.

  Now that you’re vaccinated, how should you keep your vaccine card safe?

Your vaccine card could be your ticket back to “normal” in the future.

  Large swaths of rural America are health care deserts with too few primary care doctors, pediatricians, and OB-GYNs to care for residents

In 207 counties in 2018, there wasn’t a family, general or internal medicine doctor – the primary care doctors mainly for adults, according to an InvestigateTV analysis of federal data.

  CVS to give out more one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses in predominantly Black Cleveland neighborhoods

Johnson and Johnson come to a local CVS in Cleveland

  Save Lives Act allows veterans, their caregiver’s spouses to get COVID-19 vaccine easier

A new law called the Save Lives Act is helping veterans, their caregivers, and their spouses get the COVID-19 shots.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,064 new COVID-19 cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health said 18,744 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,030,864 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Another college requires students get COVID-19 vaccine

Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado is one of the first colleges in the country to require students get vaccinated against Covid-19 before returning to campus in the fall.

69 suspected overdose deaths in March in Cuyahoga County, medical examiner says

Cuyahoga County had 69 suspected overdose deaths in March, according to a public health alert from Cuyahoga Medical Examiner Dr. Thomas Gilson.

  Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,871 new COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, the Department of Health said 18,744 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,028,800 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Ohio governor pushes to get eligible high school students vaccinated

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday that high school students are the new priority group when it comes to getting the COVID-19 shot into arms.

  Festivals, outdoor events, summer concerts return to Ohio

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine will simplify coronavirus rules for outdoor gatherings, paving the way for festivals, concerts, graduations, and other events to return.

  Fake ‘homemade remedy’ claiming to cure COVID-19 is being sold in Lorain community

Health officials are notifying the public about a COVID-19 remedy scam circulating in Lorain, particularly impacting the Latino community.

Online pharmacy now offers discounts on prescription drugs in Ohio

The online pharmacy started in Texas.

Neighbors say Lt. Gov Husted will meet them to discuss ‘Wuhan virus’ tweet

A group of Asian-American neighbors in the Columbus area say they plan to express how the tweet impacted them.

  Cleveland Indians fans adjust to the new normal at Progressive Field

Thousands of fans made their way to Progressive Field for opening day Monday and although the Cleveland Indians didn’t win the home opener, fans are excited for what’s to come this season.

Iconic Cleveland cocktail bar Velvet Tango Room reopens for 1st time since pandemic

Velvet Tango Room, the iconic authentic cocktail bar featuring a Jazz trio in the lounge nightly and pianist in the backroom on weekends, officially reopened its doors on April 5 for the first time in over a year.

  Vaccine protects at least 6 months from coronavirus, doctors say

Initial evidence shows coronavirus vaccines provide long-lasting protection, but that is still being studied by researchers.

Ohio reports increase of 2,918 new COVID-19 cases over last 2 days

As of Monday, the Department of Health said 18,646 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,026,929 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Ohio governor to revise COVID-19 health orders for festivals, proms and school graduations

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said he is simplifying COVID-19 health orders that pertain to certain events like school graduations and prom events.

  Amidst a race between the variants and the vaccines, Ohio reports a single-day increase of 2,293 new COVID-19 infections

Saturday's 24-hour increase of reported cases is above the 21-day average.

Which vaccine is offered at the Wolstein Center mass vaccination clinic?

The clinic can vaccinate 6,000 people a day

  COVID-19 vaccine trials for children underway in Ohio

Cincinnati Children's Hospital inoculated the first children ages 5 to 11 this week as part of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trial.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,677 new COVID-19 cases

As of Friday, the Department of Health said 18,646 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,02,718 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Ohio’s top doctor discusses why state is seeing rising COVID-19 case numbers

The state’s chief medical officer with the Ohio Department of Health spoke with 19 News on Friday regarding the recent increase in coronavirus cases.

  COVID-19 precautions at churches will be put to test Easter weekend

Last Easter, all celebrations were remote because of the coronavirus, and a snow storm curtailed attendance at Christmas services and masses.

  Could COVID-19 vaccine passports provide a path back to normalcy?

19 News looks at the pros and cons of vaccine passports.

Cleveland State University to have all students back on campus for Fall 2021

This means most CSU classes and labs will be in-person and on-campus while campus life will be bustling. Residence halls will be fully open and a near-full slate of residence life events, campus dining, student activities, and student support services will be offered.

  Parma’s Shiloh Middle School students happy and inspired upon returning to in-person special classes

Middle school students and teachers in Parma are pleased to be returning to in person specials classes, where they struggled during remote learning.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,475 new COVID-19 cases

As of Thursday, the Department of Health said 18,611 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,017,566 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Ohio seeing increased COVID-19 activity, DeWine says

This week, Ohioans 16 and older became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Tri-C to host Spring 2021 commencement in-person

The commencement ceremonies will take place on June 9.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank to host drive-thru distribution in Muni Lot Thursday

You must pre-register at www.WeFeedCLe.org.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,989 new COVID-19 cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health said 18,611 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,017,566 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Summit County mass vaccination site open for appointments

Appointments must be scheduled on the state’s scheduling portal, https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/.

Ohio lawmaker to introduce bill that would ban mandating COVID-19 vaccine passports

An Ohio lawmaker said he intends on proposing a bill that would prohibit COVID-19 vaccine passports from being mandated statewide.

  MetroHealth COVID-19 vaccination site provides thousands of doses in Maple Heights

“Basically, you want to try and give someone a sense of hope,” one of the nurses providing vaccinations at the site said.

  The race to vaccinate is on across U.S. as CDC director issues dire warning

There is some good news, as a study shows the vaccines are working as expected.

Technical issues at Wolstein Center’s vaccine clinic make trying to set up 2nd dose appointments challenging

The Ohio Department of Health confirmed today there have been some issues at the Wolstein Center, trying to sign people up for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,458 new COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, the Department of Health said 18,611 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,015,577 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Not just vaccinating pets: Veterinarians volunteer to administer COVID-19 shots

Veterinarians say they're highly qualified to volunteer for administering COVID-19 shots.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,497 new COVID-19 cases

As of Monday, the Department of Health said 18,530 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,013,119 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Teenagers discuss why they are getting vaccine now that eligibility is expanded in Ohio

Anyone 16 or 17 must have an adult present with them during the vaccination or they will be turned away.

Everyone 16 and older now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in Ohio

Ohio is among the first states in the nation to open up vaccine eligibility to all adults.

Ohio records single-day increase of 1,019 COVID-19 cases

As of Sunday, the Ohio Department of Health reported 1,011,622 total coronavirus cases in the state since the start of the pandemic.