Hospital officials from around the state of Ohio are laying out a dire situation as COVID-19 cases continue to increase in record numbers.
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The county executive says more state and local aid is needed to deal with the pandemic next year.
According to the Ohio Department of Health, there is no deadline to resolve the backlog.
Corruption continues to surface, and the efforts to repeal the so-called nuclear bailout law are at a standstill.
Morning Headlines: Ohio Tops 8,000 Cases Sunday, Data Still Incomplete; Akron Public Schools Pauses “Remote Plus” PlanAround 8,100 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Ohio on Sunday and another 200 hospitalizations; Akron Public Schools is pausing plans for some students to return to the classroom as COVID-19 cases spike; Cleveland's shuttered I-X Center is getting a new use as space for Purell major GOJO Industries; and more stories.
The new bins will be placed near participating businesses in the county.
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