Ohio To Work will help someone who is out of work to identify a new career opportunity, train for it, and then be placed with an employer.
We know it can be a challenge to find a job right now, but we also know employers are hiring in industries like healthcare, technology, and advanced manufacturing.
The first Ohio To Work initiative will be launched in Cleveland/Cuyahoga County, and we hope to expand the effort to more areas of the state. Right now, we have more than 30 employers signed on with the initiative.

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15 Sep
Today's #COVID19 data snapshot. ⬇
Find more info at coronavirus.ohio.gov
Deaths reported in the last 24 hours by date of death⬇️
Top ten Ohio counties ranked by highest occurrence ⬇
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10 Sep
Today, I am announcing that Dr. Joan Duwve has agreed to serve as the Director of the @OHdeptofhealth. A native Ohioan, she is a medical doctor, with extensive experience in public health.
She has been working for South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, as the Director of Public Health at their Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Prior to that, she served Indiana Governors Mitch Daniels, Mike Pence, and Eric Holcomb as the Chief Medical Officer with the Indiana Department of Health and as the Medical Director for the Department’s Division of Public Health and Preparedness.
Read 7 tweets
10 Sep
FLU: While the flu can be deadly on its own, we also are concerned that Ohioans who get both the flu and #COVID19 at the same time could become severely, if not fatally, ill. Anyone who can get vaccinated against the flu should do so.
The @CDCgov advises anyone who can and is six months or older get vaccinated against the flu, including pregnant women, whose vaccinations can protect their babies in the time after birth. It’s also extremely important to get vaccinated if you are an essential worker.
If you are elderly and need help getting to your physician or a location that offers flu shots, we encourage older Ohioans to contact their local Area Agency on Agency at
866-243-5678. They can connect you with resources in your area for transportation and other services.
Read 4 tweets
8 Sep
I want to clear up any confusion about the latest non-congregate sheltering order that is getting some attention.
I am aware there are internet rumors that incorrectly claim these orders allow children to be separated from parents without permission. This is not in our order and there is no truth to the rumor. Families will not be separated, and kids will not be away from their loved ones.
This order creates a funding mechanism to allow for federal reimbursement for those looking to create places for people to safely isolate or quarantine. It has been used in a handful of cases in Ohio, but not in any large-scale way.
Read 5 tweets
3 Sep
New information on the forthcoming K-12 school reporting order being issued today:

➡Beginning September 8, parents or guardians and school staff should notify their school within 24 hours of receiving a positive test or a clinical diagnosis.
Then within 24 hours after receiving the notification, the school should notify parents or guardians about that case in writing, providing as much information as possible without releasing protected health information.
There will be templates available at coronavirus.ohio.gov. The school must also notify their local health department within 24 hours.
Read 8 tweets
3 Sep
We continue to see #COVID19 spreading through our communities rapidly. It’s going from person to person at house parties, family gatherings, and neighborhood get-togethers. This thread has a few new examples. Image
In Cincinnati, multiple off-campus parties with students attending from several universities on August 17 have resulted in at least 78 confirmed cases.
In Wood County, there were small social gatherings that led to a few cases, but those exposed have now spread the virus to others. The county also has 14 confirmed cases associated with a university move-in day on August 27.
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