Coronavirus cases climb in prisons, juvenile facilities

Source: Associated Press - View Original Article
Published: May 05, 2020
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99% "Plans for those changes will be announced soon, and the school's athletic department also will see significant cuts, Miller said.""
91% "Older adults and people with existing health problems are at higher risk of more severe illness, including pneumonia, or death.""
90% "The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio on Tuesday sued, seeking the release of 20 of those detainees with serious underlying health problems.""
85% "In eastern Ohio, the federal prison in Elkton must transfer and release 837 medically vulnerable inmates under a Monday ruling by the 6th U.S. ..."
84% "Fighter jets from the Ohio Air National Guard will be making their way by several cities around the state this week in a tribute ..."
81% "Coronavirus cases continue to climb in adult and juvenile prisons in Ohio, according to county, state and federal agencies.""
77% "A guard and a prison nurse have also died.""
75% "COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) --""
74% "Administrators will take pay cuts and a hiring freeze will be in place through the next academic year.""
71% "The university already had been dealing with financial problems and declining enrollment for several years.""

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99% : Plans for those changes will be announced soon, and the school's athletic department also will see significant cuts, Miller said.
91% : Older adults and people with existing health problems are at higher risk of more severe illness, including pneumonia, or death.
90% : The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio on Tuesday sued, seeking the release of 20 of those detainees with serious underlying health problems.
85% : In eastern Ohio, the federal prison in Elkton must transfer and release 837 medically vulnerable inmates under a Monday ruling by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which rejected the government's request to delay the move.
84% : Fighter jets from the Ohio Air National Guard will be making their way by several cities around the state this week in a tribute to medical personnel, first responders and other essential workers.
81% : Coronavirus cases continue to climb in adult and juvenile prisons in Ohio, according to county, state and federal agencies.
77% : A guard and a prison nurse have also died.
75% : COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) --
74% : Administrators will take pay cuts and a hiring freeze will be in place through the next academic year.
71% : The university already had been dealing with financial problems and declining enrollment for several years.
68% : The flyovers will continue Thursday over Cincinnati, Lima, Findlay, Bowling Green, Sandusky, Fremont, Dayton and Springfield.
67% : The flights are part of the unit's regular training missions, and the schedule could change because of the weather.
57% : For most people, the virus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up in a couple of weeks.
57% : The planes from the 180th Fighter Wing based at Toledo's airport will start with flyovers Wednesday in the Toledo area, along with Napoleon, Defiance, Archbold and Wauseon.
54% : The Department of Youth Services now reports that 21 youth have tested positive, along with 10 staff, with almost all the cases at Cuyahoga Hills Juvenile Correctional Facility in suburban Cleveland.
53% : The Ohio health department posted figures Monday indicating 975 confirmed deaths and another 81 probable deaths associated with the virus.
48% : In Morrow County, where at least 79 detainees are held under U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement orders, jail officials announced last week that 50 detainees have tested positive.
48% : The number of confirmed and probable deaths associated with the coronavirus has reached 1,056, state health officials said.
44% : Seven Elkton inmates have died and another 88 tested positive, along with 49 positive cases among staff, according to the Bureau of Prisons.
42% : A message seeking comment was left with ICE.
31% : Meanwhile, Franklin County is confirming that 27 staff members and 14 youth tested positive at the county's juvenile detention center in downtown Columbus, according to The Columbus Dispatch. Statewide, 37 prison inmates have died from COVID-19, including 23 at Pickaway Correctional Institution in central Ohio, according to the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.
28% : The department noted more than 19,000 confirmed cases of the virus and a probable total of more than 20,000.
25% : The University of Akron is facing a $70 million shortfall from the coronavirus outbreak and will consolidate its 11 academic colleges into five, President Gary Miller said.

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