Coronavirus

                            Colleges combating coronavirus turn to stinky savior: sewage

                          As colleges grapple with the coronavirus, institutions across the country are turning campus sewage into a public health tool.

                          COVID-19 Tracker: Check out the latest on test results around the country

                            Colleges using COVID dorms, quarantines to keep virus at bay

                            Child care crisis amid pandemic pushes US mothers out of the labor force

                            New tech can offer rapid at-home COVID-19 test, UC researchers say

                            6 months, still no unemployment benefits for Tri-State woman

                            Tiz the Law is a big favorite in a Derby unlike any other

                            Will long Labor Day weekend mean another coronavirus spike?

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                          US unemployment rate falls to 8.4% even as hiring slows

                          Eviction prohibition order from CDC now in effect

                            More than 800 Miami University students test positive for COVID-19

                          Russia publishes virus vaccine results, weeks after approval

                          North Carolina kicks off mail voting amid spike in requests

                            ‘The Batman’ shoot suspended after positive COVID-19 test

                            Will COVID-19 vaccine really be ready Nov. 1? Cincinnati doctors doubtful

                          Even if it is ready, the question of safety looms large for the doctors heading Cincinnati's own vaccine trials.

                          CDC directs halt to renter evictions to prevent virus spread

                          The Trump administration has issued a directive halting the eviction of certain renters though the end of 2020 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

                            Fauci: COVID-19 vaccine by Oct. ‘unlikely, not impossible’

                          Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he doubts it can happen that quickly.

                          3rd highest day of COVID-19 cases confirmed in Kentucky at 906

                          Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday reported 10 more deaths across Kentucky.

                          Madeira sends entire grade to remote learning following positive COVID-19 test

                            Butler Co. back in the red, Miami University ’certainly impacting’ COVID-19 cases, governor says

                            Tyson Foods to open medical clinics at some meat plants

                          No kissing, wear mask during sex, Canada’s chief medical officer suggests

                            Hoxworth and Red Bike team up to offer free rides around town

                            Jobless claims fall to 881,000 but layoffs remain elevated

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Thursday, Sept. 3

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                            Indiana deputy fired after missing COVID-19 test while on vacation

                          All sheriff’s office employees are only allowed to miss their mandatory COVID-19 test if they are out of state.

                          Pelosi says hair salon should apologize for ‘set-up’ visit

                          House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is getting heat over a solo hair salon visit in San Francisco at a time when California businesses are limited by concern over coronavirus.

                            CDC tells states: Be ready to distribute vaccines on Nov. 1

                          The timeline raised concern among public health experts about an “October surprise” — a vaccine approval driven by political considerations ahead of a presidential election, rather than science.

                          The Rock, his family tested positive for the coronavirus

                          Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared some unfortunate news on his home front: He and his family tested positive for the coronavirus.

                            Biden: Trump ignores pandemic, stokes unrest, solves neither

                          Joe Biden is hammering President Donald Trump’s handling of the virus outbreak ahead of a planned trip to Wisconsin, a pivotal swing state that’s becoming a focal point for political debate over protest-related violence.

                            School districts in Hamilton County have enough PPE — for now

                          Districts could be out of supplies by the beginning of the next semester.

                            Is 10 p.m. alcohol curfew leading to violence in Cincinnati? State leaders doubtful

                          Attorney General Yost says there are a lot of factors that go in to violent crime, but the bars closing early isn’t one of them.

                          Miami University sees 375% increase in COVID-19 cases in one week

                          Officials with the Butler County General Health District say most of the cases can be traced back to off-campus gatherings.

                          Budget deficit to hit record $3.3T due to virus, recession

                          The federal budget deficit will hit a record $3.3 trillion due to COVID-19 costs and the recession.

                            Depression, anxiety spike amid outbreak and turbulent times

                          In the latest study to suggest an uptick, half of U.S. adults surveyed reported at least some signs of depression, such as hopelessness, feeling like a failure or getting little pleasure from doing things.

                          18 COVID-related deaths, 816 new cases confirmed in Kentucky

                          Governor Andy Beshear confirmed the deaths in his daily media briefing, confirming 966 Kentuckians have died from complications due to COVID-19 since March.

                          Memo: NCAA to furlough its entire staff for 3-8 weeks

                          Starting Sept. 21 through the end of January 2021, all national office staff will be subjected to a mandatory three-week furlough.

                            Health officials worry nation not ready for COVID-19 vaccine

                          In a four-page memo this summer, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told health departments across the country to draft vaccination plans by Oct. 1.

                          COVID-19 death tied to Sturgis Rally reported in Minnesota

                          A Minnesota man who attended the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota last month has died from COVID-19, Minnesota health officials reported on Wednesday.

                          Indiana to release county map to show COVID-19 spread in counties

                          These color codes will not trigger a state requirement of any action, the health official said.

                          Steroids confirmed to help severely ill coronavirus patients

                          An analysis of pooled results from seven studies, led by the World Health Organization and published Wednesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that steroids reduced the risk of death in the first month by about one-third compared to placebo treatment or usual care alone in

                          Ohio lawmakers pass bill limiting Gov. DeWine’s power to change elections, close houses of worship

                          'This legislation eliminates possible confusion and will ensure Ohioans are able to cast their ballots in-person on Election Day'

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Wednesday, Sept. 2

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                          Apple, Google build virus-tracing tech directly into phones

                          The tech giants on Tuesday launched the second phase of their “exposure notification” system, which is designed to automatically alert people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus.

                            US says it won’t join global effort to find COVID-19 vaccine

                          White House spokesman Judd Deere says the U.S. will continue engaging with its global partners to defeat the virus

                          Large antibody study offers hope for virus vaccine efforts

                          Antibodies that people make to fight the new coronavirus last for at least four months after diagnosis and do not fade quickly, as some earlier reports suggested, scientists have found.

                            Mnuchin says Trump still wants virus deal with Democrats

                          Congressional investigators say they have identified lapses pointing to possible fraud and abuse in the Trump administration’s coronavirus relief program, including more than $1 billion awarded to small businesses that received multiple loans.

                            Third virus vaccine reaches major hurdle: final US testing

                          A handful of the dozens of experimental COVID-19 vaccines in human testing have reached the last and biggest hurdle — looking for the needed proof that they really work.

                          Miami University testing all students for COVID-19

                          Each day, selected students will receive an email about scheduling a COVID-19 test.

                            Feds to ship rapid coronavirus tests for schools

                          Federal officials will begin shipping tens of millions of rapid coronavirus tests to state governors this month for use in reopening schools.

                            Kentucky reports most COVID-19 deaths in months

                          Last week, Kentucky reported 38 COVID-19-related deaths in a three-day span.

                            Ohio reports highest number of new daily COVID-19 cases since July

                          Gov. DeWine said these recent numbers are a reminder that COVID-19 isn't going away.

                            Virus crisis easing across Sun Belt but could heat up again

                          Seven of the nine states along the nation’s Southern and Western rim are seeing drops in three important gauges.

                          Zoom rides pandemic to another quarter of explosive growth

                          Zoom earn nearly $186 million, or 66 cents per share, during its latest quarter, up from just $5.5 million at the same time last year.

                            Gov. DeWine to look at removing Cincinnati from alcohol curfew following requests from Mayor Cranley, Chief Isaac

                          Mayor Cranley and Chief Isaac expressed the belief the alcohol curfew has had a direct correlation to the increase in gun violence.

                            Virus or not, it’s time for class again across Europe

                          All French schoolchildren 11 and over must wear masks all day. Similar rules are in place in Balkan countries, while others are more lax about masks.

                            Uber to require that passengers provide face-mask selfies

                          Mask slackers will now have to provide photographic proof they’re wearing a face covering before boarding an Uber.

                            White House public tours to resume Sept. 12 with COVID rules

                          All guests over age 2 will be required to wear a face covering and practice social distancing.

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Tuesday, Sept. 1

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                          Delta, American join United in dropping most US change fees

                          Delta and American are following the example set by United Airlines and saying they will drop an unpopular $200 fee on customers who change a ticket for travel within the United States.

                          Sweden reports no COVID deaths for a week

                          Sweden has registered fewer COVID deaths than Spain, the United Kingdom or Italy.

                          House to subpoena postmaster general over mail delays

                          Democrats are aggressively pursuing oversight of postal operations after President Donald Trump railed against mail-in ballots.

                          Beshear confirms 381 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 3 new deaths

                          Governor Beshear also announced new funding for the VINE system, providing automatic, potentially life-saving notifications to crime victims.

                            Independent music venues face extinction amid virus shutdown

                          Knockdown and nearly 3,000 other independent music venues have banded together to form the National Independent Venue Association.

                          Publix ends one-way aisles in most of its stores

                          Only Publix stores in Miami-Dade and Broward counties in Florida and in Charleston, South Carolina. will continue to have one-way aisles.

                          UC students warned about having parties and social gatherings amid pandemic

                          Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at the University of Cincinnati sent a letter to students warning them about having off-campus parties and social gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

                            Back to school transportation safety tips from AAA

                          'For everyone’s sake, especially our young students, be alert for changing traffic patterns, slow down, and don’t drive distracted'

                            Parents protest student flu shot mandate in Massachusetts

                          State health officials say the mandatory flu shots are an important step to reduce flu-related illness and the overall impact of respiratory illness during the COVID-19 pandemic.

                            Rally supporting police draws scores to downtown Kenosha

                          Scores of police supporters gathered in downtown Kenosha where protesters have demonstrated against police brutality since the shooting of Jacob Blake last weekend.

                            False COVID-19 claim retweeted by Trump removed from Twitter

                          CDC data indicates 94% of patients had two to three “contributing causes” in addition to COVID-19 listed on their death certificates. This does not mean COVID-19 was not a major reason they died when they did.

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Monday, Aug. 31

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                          United says it will drop widely scorned ticket-change fees

                          United Airlines says it is dropping a controversial $200 fee on consumers who change a ticket for travel within the United States.

                          Miami students react to city’s crackdown on large gatherings

                          Miami University students are reacting to laws that fine those holding large gatherings.

                          Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Sunday, Aug. 30

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                            Red Cross looking for volunteers to help with hurricane relief

                          The American Red Cross is asking for help in providing aid to those affected by Hurricane Laura.

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Saturday, Aug. 29

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                          Ky. AG Daniel Cameron, Gov. Beshear file Supreme Court briefs in COVID-19 executive order case

                          AG Daniel Cameron claimed Gov. Beshear's executive orders put in place due to COVID-19 are unconstitutional.

                          1-year-old becomes Georgia’s youngest COVID-19 victim

                          The state Department of Public Health included the suburban Atlanta boy in a table of deaths released Friday.

                          Miami University announces widespread surveillance testing plan

                          The university says it now has the capacity to test 3,000 students per week.

                          Thomas More University using larger spaces for classrooms

                          bout 90% of students are receiving some type of in-person learning this fall

                          5 Carlisle school staff members, 1 student test positive for COVID-19, district says

                          According to Isaacs, there are no teachers in the group of confirmed cases.

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Friday, Aug. 28

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.
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