.@Battelle and @OSUWexMed have jointly developed a new rapid, sensitive diagnostic COVID-19 test. The new rapid test will allow for fast turnaround time on test results, which will help #FlattenTheCurve.
For those who are eligible to get their water reinstated, they must call their water utility to request the reinstatement. The reconnection will happen without any fees. However, it doesn’t excuse people from paying the bill, you will still need to pay your bill moving forward
23. Governor DeWine addresses issues with Ohio's unemployment compensation system
So, for all of you who have had challenges with the unemployment systems, your voices are being heard and they're being acted on. Even if you have trouble, your benefits will be backdated to the date that you became eligible.
Did you know? You can do all of the following ONLINE at https://t.co/hTXbMph2Wt - vehicle registration, sign up to go paperless, check availability of specialty plates, driving records, reinstatement requirement fees, check status of registration, and more!! pic.twitter.com/JMrAtp0ze9
29. Federal tax filing deadline extended to July 15th
#IRS Update: The tax filing due date is extended from April 15 to July 15. All taxpayers -- individuals, corporations, other non-corporate filers and those who pay self-employment tax -- can also defer income tax payments. Seehttps://t.co/ZjlX4Notg8pic.twitter.com/Dc4tk6B9pX
In this unprecedented crisis, our doors remain open, and we are continuing to see patients at our health centers with appropriate screening precautions in place. The health and safety of our patients are our top priority. Visit https://t.co/ckObVOWex5 to schedule an appointment. pic.twitter.com/4RbmPqnatd
In today's presser @GovMikeDeWine acknowledged that he is "looking" at releasing some prisoners on a case-by-case basis. Wholesale changes to reduce our prison population would be best, but this is progress. Expecting more info tomorrow. https://t.co/RSQ1LokuSh
There are many different ages and health conditions of prisoners in local jails. An assessment should be done to determine if jail inmates who are high-risk for #COVID19 can safely be released in an effort to safeguard others who are in jail. --Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor
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COVID-19: Ohio Coronavirus Update as of April 1st
The last few weeks across the world have been a whirlwind due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Information seems to be coming at us at a pace never seen before.
As such, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is holding daily briefings at 2pm along with other government officials and agencies across the nation.
To help you filter through hours of press conferences and releases, we've compiled everything you need to know about your essential and non-essential services and community whereabouts during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Note: Ohio residents are still under the stay-at-home-order as schools, parks, libraries, and other public places remain closed. The order is set to expire on Monday but it's expected that Governor DeWine will be extending it soon.
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