Why isn’t the Ohio Department of Health tracking delta variant cases of the coronavirus? The awakening podcast
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Coronavirus cases are back on the rise in Ohio. Just don’t turn to the state health department to find out why.
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The delta variant of the coronavirus is blamed for the increase in cases across the country. But it’s unclear if that’s the problem in Ohio, as the health department doesn’t track the number of cases involving the variant, even though it has become the most common form of the virus. Despite the increase in cases, Gov. Mike DeWine has signed a bill that prohibits K-12 schools and colleges from requiring the coronavirus vaccine … although its effect may be short-lived. And there is more controversy over the “thin blue line” flag, this time at Solon.
Hear Chris Quinn, editor of cleveland.com, discuss these stories and more on The Wake Up podcast.
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