Here’s a good article that we think will help people understand why Ohio and other states are doing what they are.
Just like our CERT team tries to share info with our friends and neighbors, they can do the same. Info can spread as fast as the virus if you can help people understand the big picture of the risks here.
Folks, we are prepared to respond if needed. But the best thing we’re doing is to stay home and limit contact amongst ourselves and others. We strongly encourage you do the same as has been instructed by WHO and the CDC.
If you go shopping make good choices for potential long term preparedness. There’s more out there than bread and TP even if these items are important!
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