Did Ohio get it right? Early intervention, preparation for pandemic may pay off.

By taking prompt action to shut down major tourist events and increase medical treatment capacity, Ohio’s early response to COVID-19 has, thus far, helped to temper the surge of confirmed cases in the state. Governor DeWine and the Cleveland Clinic began to mobilize resources prior to the state's first confirmed case. The Governor also suspended “The Arnold,” a popular fitness exposition in Columbus.

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