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NYC to fine those who violate social distancing rule

NYC to fine those who violate social distancing rule

(CNN) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s call for “all hands on deck” in the state experiencing the worst of the coronavirus pandemic in the US has turned out more medical staff, a surge in medical supplies and a hospital in Central Park expected to be operational Tuesday.A temporary hospital being set up at New York City’s Javits Convention Center is also expected to be operational this week.There are more than.New York officials have pleaded for more supplies for medical staff to continue to treat the growing patient population, and now the city has received all of the 2,500 ventilators...

March 30, 2020
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UH begins monitoring coronavirus patients remotely using wristband

UH begins monitoring coronavirus patients remotely using wristband

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoCLEVEVLAND (WJW)-- A local hospital is the first across the globe to begin remotely monitoring patients who test positive for coronavirus.“They are really over-running emergency departments across the country. We knew we had to do something,” said Dr. Peter Pronovost, University Hospitals chief clinical transformation officer.Pronovost said UH teamed up with Masimo SafetyNet to create a sensor that is taped around a patient’s finger and attached to a disposable wristband.“The sensor measures your heart rate, your oxygen, even how fast you are...

March 24, 2020
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New order requires Ohio nursing homes to notify families of COVID-19 cases

New order requires Ohio nursing homes to notify families of COVID-19 cases

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoCOLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW)-- Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced a new state order on Monday that requires long-term care facilities to notify residents and families within 24 hours of a resident or staff member being infected with COVID-19.Previously, the Ohio Department of Health strongly encouraged facilities to notify families, but now it is required. The health department will be providing a list on its website where a person has tested positive."It's not the fault of nursing homes. Most nursing homes are doing an outstanding job," said Dr. Amy Acton,...

April 13, 2020
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Ohio Investigative Unit cites six businesses for violating coronavirus health orders

Ohio Investigative Unit cites six businesses for violating coronavirus health orders

*Watch our report above on a pool bar in Put-in-Bay being issued a citation.*COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — The Ohio Investigative Unit cited six establishments in southern Ohio for violating health orders.According to a press release, agents issued citations to the following businesses after witnessing violations.“The majority of establishments we visit are doing everything they can to provide a safe environment for their patrons,” said OIU Enforcement Commander Eric Wolf. “It is no surprise to see so many following the precautions put in place to make their establishments safe and compliant with...

August 9, 2020
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Former Cleveland Clinic doctor accused of sharing research funded by US with Chinese government

Former Cleveland Clinic doctor accused of sharing research funded by US with Chinese government

CLEVELAND (WJW) — A former c research doctor and professor is accused of receiving federal grant money for research in the United States and not disclosing similar funding he received for research in the People’s Republic of China. He is also accused of sharing research he did in the U.S. with the Chinese government.Dr. Qing Wang, was arrested Wednesday afternoon at his home in Shaker Heights. He is being charged with false claims and wire fraud related to more than $3.6 million in grant funding that he and his research group at the Cleveland Clinic received from the National Institutes of...

May 14, 2020
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Ohio families to get $300 to feed children who relied on school meal programs

Ohio families to get $300 to feed children who relied on school meal programs

(WJW) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday announced the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services received notice that its EBT plan was approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).That allows the state to distribute SNAP benefits to 850,000 students in Ohio, who relied on free or reduced-price meal programs at school.Benefits will be mailed directly to students. Families do not need to apply and will receive around $300.Gov. DeWine said the Pandemic EBT program was included in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020.The announcement came during the governor’s daily...

May 12, 2020
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City of Cleveland continues to pay millions to haul recycling to landfill

City of Cleveland continues to pay millions to haul recycling to landfill

CLEVELAND (WJW)– The FOX 8 I-Team found the city of Cleveland is still spending millions of tax dollars to collect recycling from homes, apartments and businesses even as crews send it all to a landfill.We’ve learned the city spends $3 million to $5 million collecting recycling. That is still going on even though the city’s recycling program collapsed.“It’s a stunning waste of money. Absolutely stunning. Makes no sense at all,” said Conor Boylan, who runs Five Points Coffee in the West Park neighborhood.The a city hall secret. Since the start of April, city workers have been picking up...

May 12, 2020
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8-year-old boy with coronavirus antibodies went into cardiac arrest, brother’s CPR saved his life

8-year-old boy with coronavirus antibodies went into cardiac arrest, brother’s CPR saved his life

(CNN) — An 8-year-old boy was rescued by his teen brother’s quick thinking after going into cardiac arrest at home, his family says, following what doctors told them was a coronavirus-related condition.Jayden Hardowar in Queens, New York, came down with a mild fever in late April and seemed to show he had recovered, his father told CNN’s Anderson Cooper Wednesday. But shortly after, he came down with an upset stomach and three days later, collapsed.**For more on coronavirus in children, watch the video player above**Tyron, the boy’s 15-year-old brother, performed CPR he learned as a Boy...

May 14, 2020
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Toilet paper being stolen from rest stops in Nebraska, officials forced to restrict access

Toilet paper being stolen from rest stops in Nebraska, officials forced to restrict access

***Watch the video above to see how Amazon is keeping up with the demand***LINCOLN, NE (WJW) — Toilet paper has become a coveted supply at grocery stores across the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with many struggling to keep up with demand.Now, it appears people have found another way to get some: rest stop bathrooms., travelers have been stealing toilet paper at stops along Interstate 80 in Nebraska. It’s gotten so bad, the Department of Transportation has had to make some changes.A spokesperson told the newspaper that rest areas will now be closed when an attendant is...

March 18, 2020
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Kent State canceling on-campus events through July 4

Kent State canceling on-campus events through July 4

KENT, Ohio (WJW) — Kent State University on Monday it’s canceling on-campus events through July 4 due to the coronavirus pandemic.Kent said, “Due to the ongoing uncertainty as we fight COVID-19, Kent State University is canceling through July 4 all on-campus activities, events, summer camps and conferences sponsored by the university, as well as those sponsored by our community members who use the Kent State campuses to host their events.“The university said this latest news extends its earlier decision that canceled all spring activities including the May 4 50th Commemoration Weekend...

April 13, 2020
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