COLUMBUS — Ohio's health officials have advised all vaccine providers to temporarily pause using the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) vaccine.
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The Ohio Department of Health's COVID-19 counting of hospitalizations and deaths does not differentiate between those caused by the virus and those with the virus, according to the state auditor's office.
Ohio residents age 50 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Thursday, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday afternoon.
Ashland County Health Department asks that vaccine registrations go through 211 -- at least for now.
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Vaccines have increased, hospitalizations are declining and the percentage of residents testing positive continues to wane, evidence perhaps the second COVID-19 wave that began last fall has begun to subside.
Richland County improved to "red," or level three, on Thursday in the state's color-coded COVID-19 monitoring system.
The number of Ohio infants who died before their first birthdays dropped to 929 in 2019 from 938 in 2018, marking a third straight year of decline.
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