Coping with Covid-19: How the currently unemployed working class is dealing with the lockdown.

The lockdown order in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic has been challenging for the country economically, medically, politically and socially. While the government has bailed out airline companies and Wall Street, the working class have been thrown into a pool of uncertainty due to most non-essential businesses being unable to stay open. As financial constraints loom closer for those that have yet to receive the $1200 stimulus check and for those that are still waiting on unemployment benefits, the outpouring of bombastic coronavirus conspiracies and misinformation in the media is an added stressor. Chase Ogle, Adam Bonomo and Shevalle Hopkins from Akron, dive into how they have been coping

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Coronavirus Poses No Immediate Threat to Ohio

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) swept the nation by a storm, with extensive travel restrictions and procedures in place for emergent quarantines as necessary. The outbreak which originated in the Wuhan region, Hubei Province, China has been deemed a pandemic under two criteria as determined by the Ohio Department of Health. The virus is newly discovered and communicable.  Although, the virus has primarily affected Wuhan and its immediate vicinities, travellers from China that were infected, carried the virus to a growing number of international locations including the United States. Out of the 398 total cases, 12 were confirmed positive across 6 states, 318 negative and 68 pending across 37 states

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