What the end of the federal COVID-19 public health emergency means for Ohio

Posted on AllSides May 11th, 2023
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After more than three years, the federal government's COVID-19 public health emergency ended Thursday, but Ohio's top public health official said it's not the time to stop being vigilant when it comes to slowing the virus. Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, director of the Ohio Department of Health, provided an update Thursday to local and statewide news outlets about what the end of the federal public health emergency means for Ohioans. Here's what you need to know about cases, tests, vaccines, treatments and reporting requirements: More:The COVID public health emergency is over...

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