What to do if you have or were exposed to COVID-19
Do you have COVID-19 or were you exposed to someone with COVID-19? Use this chart to find out when you should isolate or quarantine.https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/docs/covid-19-guidance-quarantine.pdf
Rapid COVID-19 Testing
Ohio is making available at-home COVID-19 tests that can be self-administered outside a healthcare setting using telehealth services.odx-read-more about the article: Rapid COVID-19 Testing
Get The Shot
Ohio’s new Vaccine Management Solution (VMS) is a streamlined tool to help Ohioans determine vaccine eligibility, find providers, and receive updates and reminders at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov.odx-read-more about the article: Get The Shot
More Than a Mask
We need a mask and more. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, evidence has shown that communities of color have been disproportionately affected by the virus, especially African American and Latino communities.odx-read-more about the article: More Than a Mask
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered our lives. Here, you’ll discover tips on keeping children safe online, activities to do as a family, advice on coping with isolation, and many other resources to arm yourself with the tools you need to keep coronavirus disease at bay.
COVID-19 FAQs - Face Shields
COVID-19 is believed to spread mainly from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person — sometimes without showing any symptoms — coughs, sneezes, or talks. Research has shown that cloth face coverings can block these respiratory droplets.
A Faith-Based Letter from Governor Mike DeWine
We have received requests from a number of people in the faith community recently to provide guidance on keeping worshipers safe, as we battle the coronavirus. The virus, as you know, is very much with us, and in fact, has spread farther than it has at any time in the past.
COVID-19 Release of Protected Health Information to Ohio’s First Responders
Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D., MPH, signed an order on April 14, 2020 to release protected health information on individuals who test positive for COVID-19, when necessary, to Ohio’s first responders. Protection of our first responders is a top priority.