Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday added another statewide health order requiring all children in grades K-12 to wear masks while in school, with certain exceptions. The previous order was for third graders and older. DeWine said the aim is providing safe schools for students and employees when schools return to in-person classes. “We are limited in the ways that we can protect people of the state of Ohio, protect our kids, protect the adults," he said. "The other way is not to go back to...
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Masks are the most effective weapon we have right now in our battle against the coronavirus. Wearing a mask does take getting used to, and they are changing the way we connect with each other. But people are finding ways to enhance our masked communication. Everyone at the Haymaker farmer’s market in Kent is wearing a mask. Afterall, they are required. Some were purchased at the Socially Responsible Sweatshop booth, a sustainability collective founded by Mary Ann Kasper. She's a gregarious...