Kent police and Safer Futures shelter weigh in on domestic violence during Ohio shutdown

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the lives of many around the world. The virus has created a multitude of issues impacting the job market, economy and day-to-day life.  Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director, Dr. Amy Acton enacted a stay-at-home order, which began on March 23 at midnight. However, the Governor essentially asked Ohioan’s to stay home weeks prior to the shut down. Many Ohioans also began working from home before the stay-at-home order technically began. These changes impacted businesses, employment and family life.  What used to be a normal routine structure has been altered dramatically, forcing families to be at home together 24/7.  “We are getting

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