Coronavirus Update for Ohio 4/30

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine did his daily update on the coronavirus during today’s press conference at 2p.m. Thursday. DeWine acknowlegded National Adopt a Pet Day that happened this past Wednesday and showed a picture of a cute dog.  DeWine talks about where he is sending the PPE supplies. He said that they are sending PPE supplies where they are most needed which are nursing homes and correction facilities.  “We want to do everything we can to keep them safe,” DeWine Said. 1.1 million PPE Supplies have been sent to the prisons. 108,095 masks, 256,000 gloves, 10,000 provider gowns, 10,000 cloth masks, and  684 procedure masks. “Our goal is to keep

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How Track Season Shutdown Affects Athletes

This Coronavirus is causing all types of uncertainty among coaches and athletes at both the high school and collegiate level. Spring sports have been cancelled but will we even get a Fall Season? We don’t know how long this pandemic will last but each day more questions and concerns get brought up about our current situation.  The Coronavirus pandemic forced the high school season to shut down. Juniors and Senior athletes are being robbed of an opportunity to put themselves on the map this season. With the season cancelled, the recruitment process for high school athletes just got complicated.  Jason Lewis, track coach at Eastmoor Academy said, “I had a

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Ohio’s solar status

Wadsworth’s cut of the sun Kent’s solar solution Ohio vs U.S.A. According to seia.org, solar usage is exploding. In the third quarter of 2019, the U.S. installed 2.6 gigawatts of solar PV capacity to reach 71.3 GW of installed capacity. That’s enough to power 13.5 million homes. California has the largest amount of solar usage while Ohio is 28th. Despite this, solar power is growing. Bright future

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