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Ashland County was not "red" on Thursday in the Ohio Public Health Advisory System -- for the first time in sixth months.
COLUMBUS -- Fully vaccinated Ohio residents will no longer have to quarantine if they are exposed to someone with COVID-19, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday.
COLUMBUS — Following the recommendation from the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization (ACIP) Friday night that the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine resume in the U.S., Governor Mike DeWine has released the following statement:
We know the most important thing we can do to defeat this pandemic, to get our economy moving again, and to get people back to their lives, is to get everyone vaccinated, as soon as possible.
Volunteers come from a variety of agencies including the Ashland County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), Ashland Noon Lions, Rotary Club and the Ashland Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
ASHLAND -- Ohio's Lt. Gov. Jon Husted is optimistic that mask mandates and state health orders could be lifted by June, he said during a stop in Ashland on Wednesday afternoon.
ASHLAND — Ashland Public Transit (APT) was recently allocated funds from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) through its Rides to Com…
COLUMBUS – As COVID-19 vaccination efforts ramp up across Ohio, the Ohio Department of Transportation is providing extra funding to help local transit agencies and health departments to ensure all eligible Ohioans can get to vaccination sites.
Ohio residents age 50 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Thursday, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday afternoon.