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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine gives an update at MetroHealth Medical Center on the state's preparedness and education efforts to limit the potential spread of a new virus which caused a disease called COVID-19, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020, in Cleveland.
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c gives an update at MetroHealth Medical Center on the state's preparedness and education efforts to limit the potential spread of a new virus which caused a disease called COVID-19, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020, in Cleveland.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Friday reopening the state must be done in a slow, common-sense way.

But he faces growing pressure from workers, businesses and some state lawmakers who want an immediate return to work. Democratic leaders want more testing and a slower return.

Meanwhile, Ohio’s confirmed cases continue to rise, as do the number of those seeking unemployment. 

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher's Weekly Reporter Roundtable: re-opening the state: the plan, the logistics and the drawbacks.

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