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Ohio Governor Mike Dewine says the state is scheduled to recieve 420-thousand doses of the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year, if the pharmacuetical company Moderna's drug is granted FDA emergency approval.  

Ohio Department of Health

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is extending the statewide 10pm to 5am curfew through the end of the year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to build steam.

Ohio Channel

Ohio is expected to get about a half million doses of COVID-19 vaccines during the next month.

Ohio Department of Health / coronavirus.ohio.gov

While state and local health officials continue to struggle with a backlog of some 75-hundred COVID-19 antigen tests, the Ohio Department of Health reported over 66-hundred new cases Monday afternoon, and recorded 30 new deaths from COVID-19. 

Dan Skinner (follow here) talks with three public health law experts from Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law: Patricia Zettler (top left), Efthimios Parasidis (bottom left), and Micah Berman (bottom right).

Top officials from Operation Warp Speed, the government's program to fast-track the development and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines, announced they've allocated 6.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to states based on their total populations.

Ohio is planning to receive the first batch of the COVID-19 vaccine around December 15, with another batch coming a week later.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio’s Republican U.S. Senator is the first member of the chamber to announce he’s part of a trial to test a COVID-19 vaccine.

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