Four Cases Of Coronavirus Reported In Cincinnati, Governor Closes Schools
Four cases of the COVID-19 are now confirmed in Cincinnati. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced on Thursday that schools will be closed for three weeks beginning Monday. The move comes as local health departments work to prevent its spread. Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley issued a state of emergency on Wednesday.
In Kentucky, where there are eight confirmed cases of coronavirus, Governor Andy Beshear says two of those patients are connected through a church.
Joining Cincinnati Edition for the Friday news review are Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporters Jo Ingles and Andy Chow; Kentucky Public Radio Statehouse Reporter Ryland Barton; WVXU reporters Ambriehl Crutchfield; Jay Hanselman and Tana Weingartener.
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