Governor Launches Free Mental Health Resources Amid COVID-19

Governor Whitmer, Headspace, and the Michigan Division of Well being and Human Providers (MDHHS) have partnered to supply Michigan residents with a brand new psychological well being useful resource. The web site https://www.headspace.com/mi provides specially-curated assortment of science-backed, evidence-based guided meditations, together with at-home exercises that information individuals by way of conscious workout routines, sleep…

Cincinnati Zoo selling Fiona face masks to help keep Ohio safe amid COVID-19 pandemic

CINCINNATI (WJW) — The Cincinnati Zoo is seeking to assist hold Ohioans secure in the course of the coronavirus outbreak, in order that they have began promoting face masks that includes Ohio’s favourite hippo. The zoo is promoting two completely different Fiona the Hippo patterned masks, in addition to a crimson panda masks, giraffe masks…

Faith In The Midst Of Fear: How The Coronavirus Is Affecting The Black Church

The doorways of the church in Metro Detroit are actually closed as worship leaders band collectively to finish the unfold of the lethal coronavirus pandemic. The leaders are actually discovering artistic methods to proceed worship companies throughout the closure; however financially, it has not been a straightforward job for many. Some church buildings have moved…

Restaurant owners looking forward to reopening, awaiting more details from state

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Because the state of Ohio begins to slowly reopen, a number of native restaurant homeowners say the are relieved they’ll be capable of open their eating rooms once more. “We’re very excited,” stated John Tomasulo of Johnny’s Diner. “It’s been robust on us simply with the ability to do take out. We needed…

Wooster Community Hospital celebrates discharge of patient who beat COVID-19

WOOSTER, Ohio (WJW) — Wooster Neighborhood Hospital (WCH) held a celebratory discharge for a person who beat COVID-19. The affected person had been on a ventilator at WCH and is now respiratory on his personal. Officers say he is able to return residence to his household. The hospital shared video with FOX eight of the…

ODH: 418 deaths, 9,107 coronavirus cases across Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — Governor Mike DeWine, Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Ohio Division of Well being Director Dr. Amy Acton will provide an replace on the state’s response to the coronavirus outbreak at 2 p.m. Friday. As of Friday, there have been 9,107 confirmed and possible instances of COVID-19 within the state. The Ohio…

Aurora City Schools teachers, staff hold parade to see students

AURORA, Ohio (WJW) — Academics and workers from Aurora Metropolis Colleges are holding a parade Friday afternoon to see their college students. The district stated a line of vehicles will head by means of native neighborhoods within the hopes of seeing and waving to college students. College students are requested to step outdoors to wave…

‘LIBERATE!’: Trump goads governors of three states to lift virus restrictions in series of tweets

WASHINGTON (AP) — At some point after laying out a roadmap for progressively reviving financial exercise, President Donald Trump urged his supporters to “LIBERATE” three states led by Democratic governors Friday, in impact encouraging protests towards the stay-at-home restrictions towards the coronavirus. The president took to Twitter with the sort of rhetoric a few of…

UH receiving 25K reusable masks from copper technology company

CLEVELAND (WJW) — College Hospitals (UH) has acquired 25,000 cooper-infused reusable masks, the hospital introduced Friday. The hospital is getting the masks from Cupron, Inc., a copper-based know-how firm that makes use of copper for healthcare, client, industrial, and navy purposes. “UH is likely one of the first well being programs within the nation to…

Kent State to honor May 4, 1970 with online commemoration

KENT, Ohio (WJW) — Kent State College on Friday stated it’s going to honor the 50th commemoration of Might 4, 1970 on-line. There shall be a digital program to recollect the occasions of that day. On Might 4, 1970, the Ohio Nationwide Guard fired on Kent State college students throughout an anti-war protest, killing 4 college students…