The governor is not wasting any time or resources to combat the growing number of virus cases.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is doing his best to make people use the best precautions and get ready to fight against the coronavirus.
On Tuesday the governor gave people recommendations and what state and health officials plan to stop the spread of the virus.
Here are the recommendations from Gov. DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health:
Colleges and universities
- Screen students returning from international travel or cruise ships
- Eliminate international travel
- Cancel/postpone university-sponsored travel and large meetings
- Move toward online/remote learning
- For indoor events, asking for no events with spectators other than the athletes, parents, and others essential to the game
- Outdoor events can continue
- Consider limiting practices that could cause spread of germs
- Screen visitors, vendors, etc. for illness in an effort to protect the at-risk populations residing there
- Ended prison visitation for the time being
- Entrance to Ohio prisons will be restricted
- The recommendation today is not to close K-12 schools
- Schools should be prepared in case they do close in the future, and parents should also be prepared for the possibility of needing to stay home with their kids
“We are now at a critical time here in Ohio in regard to the coronavirus. The decisions we make as individuals in the next days and weeks will really determine how many lives are going to be lost in Ohio. It will also determine how long this is going to last.” DeWine said.
You can find more information about the coronavirus at www.10tv.com.
Twitter Slams Neil degrasse Tyson After He Compares Mass Shootings To The Flu And Car Crashes
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Remember back when Neil de Grasse Tyson wasn't the worst? There was that brief period of time in which he was just a fun science goober and not The Literal SI Standard of The Worst— A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Gayness (@CaitlinSnark) August 4, 2019
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Well, I guess it's time to block Neil de Grasse Tyson— mi estas preter helpo!!!! (@frickbees) August 5, 2019
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No one person caused 500 medical errors.— Sam Newell wll now vote with his wallet. (@BFranklin2017) August 5, 2019
No one person caused 200 vehicle deaths.
No one person committed 200 suicides.
No one person killed 40 people with a handgun.
One asshole with a high powered rifle killed 20 people in El Paso.
See the fucking difference.
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In 2018, the fed govt spent:— Irene Tien MD FACEP (@IreneTienMD) August 5, 2019
$145M on medical errors
$340M on influenza
$147M on suicide
$597M on car accidents
>$1B on the opioid crisis
From 2004-2015, a measly $22M on gun violence.
These are stats. Not emotions. #thisisourlane
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The flu doesn't target people based on their race.— Yell in a War (@jelenawoehr) August 5, 2019
Medical errors don't leave manifestos encouraging more medical errors.
Suicide doesn't aim for a "high score."
Nobody on 8chan is swapping gear ideas for car accidents.
Data divorced from context is just noise.
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The problem with this tweet is that it isn't a good point. It's whataboutism. It's dismissing the problem. Humanity can focus on more than one problem at a time. And, at least for me, people intentionally killing others for their ethnicity or religion is a far worse offense.— TriteHexagon (@TriteHexagon) August 5, 2019
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We refuse to takes steps to lower the number of death from guns. Steps other countries have taken, like banning them. which data suggest are highly effective. Hell, we refuse to even research the problem. You’re a scientist; that should appall you.— Jenny G (@JennyGutb) August 5, 2019
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