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A nurse prepares a Moderna vaccination at a Columbus vaccine clinic.
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Ohio Public Radio
A nurse prepares a Moderna vaccination at a Columbus vaccine clinic.

More than half of Ohioans finally have at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, as of Sunday.

At his first coronavirus briefing in six weeks, Gov. Mike DeWine said more than 98% of the 18,662 Ohioans hospitalized with COVID-19 since Jan. 1 were not fully vaccinated.

While the governor again pleaded for people to get vaccinated, DeWine announced no new health orders or vaccine incentives.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekly Reporter Roundtable, Ohio enters an uncertain new stage in its fight against the pandemic.

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