Governor of Ohio says we are at a "critical time" in Coronavirus fight


The Governor of Ohio says this is no ordinary time. In his most somber message yet, Mike DeWine said what the people of the state do now will determine how bad this outbreak becomes.

DeWine says we need to act like we have been invaded by an enemy and we must do all we can to stop its advance. Dewine says people cannot do anything to help the enemy and that means following orders to avoid crowds and isolate at home if you feel sick.

On Saturday, the state reported a big jump in the number of confirmed cases. As of March 21,2020 Ohio has 247 cases. The ages of those infected range from 1-91. The state has 108 female patients and 139 are male, 58 of those patients are currently hospita

lized.

The Governor was asked about efforts to share information with people across the state who do not speak English and the Health Collaborative has translated several of their news releases into a number of different languages. Follow the links below:

All recent Press Releases regarding COVID-19 are now available in:
ARABIC – CHINESE – FRENCH – HINDI – JAPANESE – KHMER – NEPALI – RUSSIAN – SPANISH – UZBEK – VIETNAMESE
All PDFs available for download at the top of the pages:
https://healthcollab.org/greater-cincinnati-hospitals-halt-elective-procedures/
https://healthcollab.org/greater-cincinnati-covid-19-assessment-sites/
https://healthcollab.org/greater-cincinnati-hospitals-update-visitation-restrictions/