Dayton, Ohio and COVID-19

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12/25/2021 Dayton VA has presence at Wright-Patt Medical Center Nearly two years ago, the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center quietly opened a clinic in the Air Force‚Aos second largest hospital, the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Medical Center.The result has been a relationship ... base opened in January 2020, some two months before the COVID-19 pandemic led to stay-at-home orders and business shutdowns.It is somewhat unusual to have a VA clinic on a military installation, although ...
12/16/2021 Ohio's case rate continues to rise, Clark County leading Man accused of killing 2 in stolen police car dies]DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN)‚Ai According to the Ohio Department of Health, the state‚Aos two-week COVID-19 transmission rate increased by more than 100 since last week. Local health leaders say the state‚Aos recent backlog in data did not affect these numbers.State leaders say the average incidence rate climbed to over 718 cases per 100,000 people, nearly ...
12/3/2021 Contractors, hospitals react to court injunctions on vaccine mandates Several federal court cases have temporarily blocked Biden administration COVID-19 vaccine mandates, though the cases aren‚Aot over and some companies are still pursuing their own requirements.A vaccine requirement for federal contractors and subcontractors ... vaccinated by Jan. 4.A key thing to remember, as Dayton Taft Law attorney Brandon Dobyns sees the contractor case, is that the injunction itself is preliminary, meaning the case has not worked its way ...
11/28/2021 COVID-19 hospitalizations up after climbing since early November About 1 in 4 patients in an Ohio ICU are COVID-19 positive. Compared to 21 days ago, the number of COVID-19 patients in Ohio hospitals has risen 51%. When cases were falling, the ... from community to community, with more detail at coronavirus.ohio.gov . The Dayton Daily News reported today that Ohio experts are forecasting this is the beginning of another surge in COVID-19 for this winter. However, vaccines ...
10/25/2021 Dayton doctors answer reader questions: Why do the vaccinated care if others are unvaccinated? Dayton-area doctors explained that former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell‚Aos death last week from complications of COVID-19 although he was fully vaccinated is not evidence the vaccines don‚Aot work.Powell was 84 and battling blood cancer, making him high risk for the vaccine not fully protecting him and for dying from even a mild case of COVID-19.Unvaccinated Ohioans have made up 98% of statewide ...
10/22/2021 Visiting restrictions ease at Premier Health hospitals as COVID-19 surge slows Patients admitted at Premier Health hospitals for reasons other than COVID-19 can now have up to two visitors per day under newly relaxed rules.Previously, only one visitor per day was permitted. The Dayton-based health network said the change ‚Aufollows a decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations across the region, though the number of COVID-19 patients remains high.‚AuPfizer says COVID-19 vaccine more than 90% effective in kidsIn ...
10/13/2021 Dayton hospitals to allow some previously infected workers to defer COVID vaccines Dayton-area hospital networks will allow some workers previously infected with COVID-19 to defer compliance with their vaccine requirements.Administrators at Premier Health, Kettering Health and Dayton Children‚Aos said late last week they are providing the accommodation for those with what is sometimes called natural immunity in addition to other medical and religious exemptions. Hospital leaders say the evidence of how much immunity previous infection provides and for how ...
10/5/2021 Levitt Pavilion in Dayton had a rocking year: 2021 attendance highest of first three years ... Dayton.The Levitt Pavilion Dayton planned to host 41 concerts this year, but six shows were cancelled because of bad weather.A couple of shows were rescheduled, but one had to be called off when a band member tested positive for COVID-19.The Levitt is part of a national network of venues that seek to host at least 50 free concerts every year in normal, non-pandemic times.The Levitt, an outdoor ...
10/1/2021 Experts: Local COVID-19 cases might have peaked, but hospitalizations still high State and Dayton health officials say signs exist that this wave of COVID-19 cases is peaking locally while hospitalizations have plateaued at a high level.‚AuLooking at the numbers in Ohio, I do think in most parts of the state, we are showing evidence of cresting. That‚Aos encouraging,‚Au said Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff. ‚AuIt‚Aos certainly not a reason for us to declare ...
9/30/2021 Ohio health care workers warn of 'astronomical' COVID-19 pediatric surge - ABC News Ohio health care workers warn of 'astronomical' COVID-19 pediatric surge Ohio has the country's second highest total of pediatric COVID hospitalizations.By Arielle Mitropoulos September 30, 2021, 10:03 AM ‚A¢ 63:47 Pediatricians with ... children remains at a critical level.Front-line workers at Dayton Children's Hospital told ABC News they have seen a "record number" of virus-positive patients, since the highly infectious delta variant hit the state ...
9/30/2021 Ohio Unvaccinated Kids Experiencing COVID Hospitalizations in Record Numbers ... Au Across the country, federal data shows that nearly 2,000 children are currently hospitalized with confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19. In recent weeks, as the viral surge in the South is finally showing ... 80309375 ABC News. September 30, 2021.)Front-line workers at Dayton Children's Hospital told ABC News they have seen a "record number" of virus-positive patients, since the highly infectious delta variant hit the state ...
9/30/2021 Need free food? Head to this distribution in Dayton Thursday Oakwood public safety officer died Tuesday]DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) ‚Ai The Foodbank is hosting a mass drive-thru food distribution in Dayton on ThursdayThe distribution will run from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at ... grains, fresh produce, fruit and other food products.Free, optional COVID-19 vaccination and HIV testing will be available. Moms2B will also be at the event providing free and optional pregnancy resources.‚AuWe greatly value ...
9/30/2021 Dayton Dragons 2021 Season Review (Team, Events, & Organization) Dayton, Ohio - The Dayton Dragons have completed their 21st season of professional baseball. Here are some of the highlights from this season, on and off the field:Dragons Baseball Returns in 2021After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancelation of the entire 2020 Minor League Baseball season, the Dragons welcomed baseball and their fans back in 2021. The start of the season was delayed until May 4, and the ...
9/25/2021 Mayor Nan Whaley speaks at Dayton Fair Housing Symposium As Seen on 2 News] DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) ‚Ai The Dayton Human Relations Council hosted the 2021 Dayton Fair Housing Symposium on Saturday, September 24. The HRC said this event brought experts from across the ... Dayton Fair Housing Symposium at the Dayton Metro Library. The COVID-19 health pandemic exposed serious historical inequities and gaps in the housing market and made us realize that community members needed information related to ...
9/25/2021 Testing required for unvaccinated federal courthouse workers in Dayton ... the Southern District of Ohio to submit verification that they are vaccinated or be required to get tested for the COVID-19 virus twice a week.Unvaccinated employees will also be required to wear a mask ... 19 precautions. The Montgomery County Common Pleas Court and the Dayton Municipal Courthouse have required all visitors to wear face masks and social distance for over a month. They briefly paused those requirements in June ...
9/24/2021 Wright State releases details of vaccination reporting process, giveaway As Seen on 2 News] DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) ‚Ai Wright State University has announced details of its COVID-19 vaccination reporting process and voluntary giveaway for students, faculty and staff. The university said employees and students who are fully vaccinated can now report their vaccination status by uploading an image of their federal COVID-19 vaccination card on Med+Proctor, a secure medical third-party website. After uploading proof of ...
9/23/2021 Signs that local COVID-19 cases could be peaking; hospitalizations remain high There are some signs that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations might be peaking in the region, though it‚Aos too soon to tell where the trend will head.‚AuFrom the hospitalization perspective, this does not mean that we are out of the woods just yet,‚Au said Sarah Hackenbracht, CEO of the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association.For the west central Ohio region, there were 373 people hospitalized with COVID-19 ...
9/22/2021 Gov. DeWine announces expansion of Ohio to Work initiative Westerville declares public health emergency as COVID-19 cases rise] COLUMBUS (WCMH) ‚Ai Governor Mike DeWine has announced the Ohio to Work initiative is expanding throughout the state. DeWine, along with Lt. Gov. Jon Husted and JobsOhio President J.P. Nauseef announced Wednesday that the initiative will be expanding into Columbus, Toledo, Cincinnati, Dayton, and the Mahoning Valley. The Ohio to Work initiative originally launched in Cleveland in 2020, as a ...
9/22/2021 Hospitalizations, deaths remain low in Ohio for breakthrough COVID-19 cases As Seen on 2 News]HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) ‚Ai As delta variant cases continue to spread, health officials say getting vaccinated is a key step to protecting yourself even if you have already have COVID-19.Public Health ‚Ai Dayton and Montgomery County hosted a vaccine clinic in Huber Heights Tuesday. PHDMC is currently offering a gift card incentive to get more people vaccinated, but they hope the real ...
9/21/2021 DeWine, ODH continuing to look at COVID-19 vaccine incentives, not mandates Gov. Mike DeWine said his administration and the Ohio Department of Health are continuing to explore COVID-19 vaccine incentives; however he‚Aos doesn‚Aot support the state mandating the vaccine.‚AuI‚Aove opposed mandating ... health departments offering to pay for monetary incentives. Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County is offering $100 gift cards to people who are receiving their first dose of the vaccine.Public Health giving away $100 gift card ...
9/21/2021 Governor DeWine, Ohio Children's Hospitals Association Appeal to School Districts to Require Masks ... Dayton Children‚Aos Hospital, ProMedica Russell J. Ebeid Children‚Aos Hospital, Cincinnati Children‚Aos Hospital Medical Center, Nationwide Children‚Aos Hospital, Akron Children‚Aos Hospital, and University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children‚Aos Hospital. The recording of the zoom call is available on the Ohio Children‚Aos Hospital Association‚Aos website . ‚AuThe data are now clear that there is a higher level of COVID-19 in school districts where masks are ...
9/20/2021 How to best prove you're vaccinated against COVID-19 As Seen on 2 News] DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) ‚Ai As more local organizations implement policies that involve proof of COVID-19 vaccination, patrons may be left wondering how to best prove their vaccination status. Public Health ‚Ai Dayton & Montgomery County said there‚Aos one simple way to provide that information. ‚AuCurrently, showing your vaccine card should be the best proof of vaccine,‚Au said John Steele, public information specialist for ...
9/19/2021 VOICES: Vaccinating healthcare workers helps everyone We are in the fourth surge of COVID-19 in the Dayton region. Since July 6, members of the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) have reported a rapid increase in hospitalizations and patients in intensive care due to COVID-19. Next week, we anticipate crossing our peak threshold ‚Ai the highest number of patients we have cared for with COVID-19 in the Dayton region. And yet, as cases ...
9/17/2021 Local school COVID cases still at near peak level for second week New student COVID-19 cases reported by Dayton-area K-12 schools were slightly lower than the previous week, bucking the state trend, but they were still more than double last school year‚Aos peak, according to Ohio Department of Health data released Thursday.During the week of Sept. 6-12, local schools reported 911 students newly diagnosed with COVID, down from 1,011 the previous week. The weekly total never surpassed 400 ...
9/17/2021 Public Health Dayton Montgomery County continues calls for indoor mask mandates - WDTN.com As Seen on 2 News] MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) ‚Ai Across Montgomery County, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase and people continue to be hospitalized with the virus. Health leaders continue to ... Au said Dan Suffoletto, Public Information Specialist with Public Health Dayton Montgomery County. This includes schools, businesses, and work places. Right now, masks in school are a hot topic as hundreds of students are sent ...