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A Year Of COVID

A Year of COVID landscape
Credit Ryan Ails / WOSU
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A year after the coronavirus pandemic reached Ohio, WOSU is looking at how COVID-19 has reshaped the state and what's yet to come.

Since Ohio issued its statewide shutdown in March 2020 – closing schools, restaurants, offices, theaters and more – life has been slow to return to a sense of "normal." COVID-19 has killed over 17,500 Ohioans, more than 1 million people have contracted the disease, and hundreds of thousands of residents remain out of work.

And it's not over yet.

Now, we wants to hear your thoughts. What lingering questions do you have about the disease, the vaccines, or Ohio's response? Ask below and WOSU may answer your question as part of our series.