Tracking COVID-19 in Ohio
How Ohioans are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic
The latest coronavirus headlines
For the second time during the new coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Mike DeWine has vetoed legislation from fellow Republicans seeking to undercut the Ohio Department of Health’s legal authority to stymie the virus’ spread. Read more
Franklin County dropped from purple to red on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, but he… Read more
The mission was initiated following an appeal from the governor of the Piedmont District to Israel’s ambassador to Italy, Dror Eydar.
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“Due to the pandemic, numerous traditional aspects of the Hanukkah celebration will be different this year. It is nevertheless incumbent upon us to ensure that we derive the appropriate joy and inspiration from these holy and special days,” said OU president Moishe Bane.
The post Add a little learning to 2020 observance of Hanukkah appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
Ohio has had 437,928 total cases of COVID-19 and 6,671 total deaths, the Ohio Department of … Read more
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices said Dec. 1 that health care workers and nu… Read more
“We pivot on a challenge, so this year, we’ll find creative ways to celebrate and connect to the people we love,” says Neal Hoffman, creator of Jewish-themed stuffed toys.
The post Lighting up a world of darkness: Celebrating Hanukkah in a corona winter appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
When state Rep. John Becker’s summer plan to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine received quick endorsements from three legislative colleagues, he hoped the momentum would snowball throughout the end of 2020. Read more
Ohio has had 430,093 total cases of COVID-19 and 6,548 total deaths, the Ohio Department of … Read more
National Coronavirus Project Coordinator Nachman Ash says his office will convene to discuss “immediate steps” to recommend to the Cabinet.
The post Israel’s coronavirus czar warns country faces ‘state of emergency’ appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
As Ohio breaks a record with 5,060 coronavirus patients in the hospital and 1,180 in the int… Read more
Visitors have to order tickets online, and admissions will be limited.
The post Several Israeli museums to open doors after temporary closures due to COVID-19 appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
Holiday celebrations may be limited to families of the same household, due to “worrying” increase in rate of coronavirus reproduction, says Health Ministry Director General Hezi Levy.
The post Israel weighing COVID-19 restrictions for Hanukkah, says Health Ministry chief appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
Ohio has had 414,432 total cases of COVID-19 and 6,399 total deaths, the Ohio Department of … Read more
“If necessary, we will halt the continued easing of restrictions and even tighten those we have already given,” says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The post Israel’s Health Ministry reports drastic increase in COVID-19 cases appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
Third-ranked Ohio State's game at Illinois Nov. 28 was canceled after the Buckeyes had an in… Read more
Ohio State University will meet the University of Illinois Nov. 28 without head coach Ryan D… Read more
The 5-4 decision was in response to two lawsuits: one by the Archdiocese of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and one from Agudath Israel of America and two of its affiliated congregations.
The post US Supreme Court sides with two religious organizations on house of worship closures appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
Bar Ifergan, who was last in line outside the Swedish clothing retailer H&M, said, “I don’t mind waiting. I’ve waited to buy clothes a long time.”
The post Israelis flock to malls to test Black Friday deals, COVID conditions appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
During World War II, when Britain was battered and bombed by Nazi Germany, people were able to be together, to sympathize with hugs and shoulders to lean on. Not so during COVID, but we create that feeling virtually, as we also light the candles from afar.
If you have questions regarding COVID-19, call 833-4ASKODH (833-427-5634) or visit coronavirus.ohio.gov.
- COVID-19 information from Franklin County Public Health
- COVID-19 information from the Ohio Department of Health
- COVID-19 information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- How COVID-19 spreads
- Symptoms of COVID-19
- What to do if you are sick
- Steps to prevent illness
- People at higher risk for COVID-19 and special populations
- Checklist for faith-based and community organizations
- How to talk to children about COVID-19
- Top 10 things to buy to prepare for COVID-19
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