Labor Council
Friday, January 22, 2021

“We must reject the culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured.”

President Joseph R. Biden, in his Inaugural Address
The labor movement has been central to the defense of our democracy and the election of the Biden–Harris administration. The AFL-CIO celebrates the inauguration of a new president and vice president, as well as the strength of our great American democracy.
Statement from President Trumka
As President Biden boldly declared Wednesday at his inauguration, in a time of test and challenge, “Democracy has prevailed!” We, as one united labor movement, prevailed. Now it is time to give thanks and rejoice. And then it is time to mobilize and organize and put this pro-worker government to work for us. We cannot settle for the status quo. We cannot nibble around the edges. A return to normal may feel comfortable. But our mandate is to build back better.
President Trumka on Inauguration Day
Today is a great day for America’s working families as we move into an administration committed to implementing a Workers First Agenda. When he was a kid growing up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and Claymont, Delaware, President Joe Biden’s grandpa told him, “Keep the faith.” His grandmother would add: “Spread it! Spread the faith!” Working people have kept the faith, and we’re ready to spread it with this new administration.
From holding big banks accountable to advancing criminal justice reform, Vice President Kamala Harris earned the reputation of being a champion for working people. Today, she has cemented her place in history as a trailblazer.
As we look forward to better days to come, we know we must pass the PRO Act. This worker empowerment legislation would allow millions to freely and fairly form a union so we can raise wages, expand health care, and make workplaces safer and retirement more secure. 
The United States now has a president and vice president who believe in the dignity of work. This is a historic opportunity to increase worker power in America and grow the labor movement. Together, we will change our country for the better.
Watch and Listen: President Trumka on MLK Day and on Bloomberg Radio
President Trumka (UMWA) joined Bloomberg Radio to discuss how President Biden's COVID-19 plan helps working families and benefits the economy - how the PRO Act is the fights inequality and lifts up all working people.
Last Friday, the AFL-CIO kicked off its annual MLK civil and human rights conference. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka (UMWA) shared an important message about this day. Click here to watch the video.
Statement from Secretary-Treasurer Shuler on Historic Oath for Vice President
It’s a first, but certainly not a last. This week’s historic inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris—the first Black and South Asian woman to serve in the second highest office in the country—is not only a glass-ceiling-shattering moment, but a nod to all the women who have sacrificed throughout the years so little girls can grow up to be strong leaders. This momentous occasion is not just a celebration for women, it’s a celebration of what is right, what is just and what is earned. It is a new day forward, and we will never look back.
Shuler: "Unions Are for Everyone"
AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler (IBEW) has written a letter to the editor of The New York Times about the importance of workers forming unions at large technology companies. “Unions are for everyone, in every field. That’s why the labor movement is working to organize Big Tech and fighting for a fair and equitable future of work, in every sector,” Shuler wrote. “The AFL-CIO is even starting a technology institute, to leverage innovation for the labor movement, because the benefits of technology should create prosperity and security for everyone, not just the wealthy and powerful.” Workers at Alphabet recently formed the Alphabet Workers Union with Communications Workers of America (CWA) Local 1400 to represent employees at Google and its parent company.
Sign the petition to protect Bucyrus, Ohio jobs
Dear Sisters, Brothers, and Friends,

Workers at the GE-Savant lighting facility in Bucyrus, Ohio are fighting for their jobs after the company issued a WARN notice, informing workers they intend to move the LED residential light bulb line out of the facility to China, permanently laying off 80 workers. The GE-Savant facility is one of the only residential lighting plants left in the USA, where workers currently make bulbs for Walmart.

Will Evans, GE-Savant worker and President of IUE-CWA Local 84704, which represents over 200 workers at the plant had this to say about the situation:

“This plant has been in the community for over 60 years and we are proud to clock in here everyday to make light bulbs. We want to do everything we can to keep these good jobs in our community. GE-Savant says it wants to keep our jobs here - well let’s leave no stone unturned. We are asking that the company cooperate with a joint labor-management study to see what can be done to keep this work in the plant. We are concerned not just about these 80 jobs - we are worried that if this product line leaves, the whole plant could close, leaving over 200 people out on the street. We are proposing a cost share for the study between the union, the company and the city.”

Union representatives are scheduled to meet with management from GE-Savant today to discuss the union’s proposal to retain good jobs by bringing in an outside expert from Michigan State University to seek ways to improve efficiency, productivity, and profitability through a joint labor management review of all of the current work processes.

Michigan State University's School of Human Resources and Labor Relations has conducted dozens of successful studies with major U.S. corporations including General Motors, Kraft Foods, Nestle, Catholic Health Hospitals and Bridgestone Tires, and Coca-Cola.

“I have worked at this plant for 9 years. My job is essential to put food on the table for my family. If these jobs leave, it will hurt my family, my co-workers, and our entire community. We just want GE-Savant to do the right thing and keep these jobs here,” shared worker Patricia Horsley.

I hope you will join in Solidarity with these IUE-CWA Union Sisters and Brothers and sign the petition here to protect good-paying, middle-class jobs in Ohio.

In Solidarity,
Tim Burga, President
"It’s a beautiful, new day in America."
Cincinnati AFL-CIO Executive Secretary - Treasurer Pete McLinden
Dear Sisters, Brothers, community partners and friends,

It’s a beautiful, new day in America. Like many of you, I was hopefully optimistic but also realistically cautious in the days leading up to Inauguration Day on Wednesday, January 21st. These feelings arise from two and a half months of watching our former President attack our democracy, attempts to derail our Constitution and government, and disregard the votes and decision of the American people. Ultimately and sadly, this frantic, desperate, authoritative power grab, resulted in the January 6th Capital building attack and the loss of five American lives, including a Capital law enforcement officer. Despite this difficult time and struggle, we all still came together and celebrated as we watched President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris taking their oaths of office, on a new, bright and beautiful day in the nation’s capital! 

Sisters and Brothers, we have truly reached a watershed moment in history of the United States labor movement, a once in a lifetime opportunity to save American middle class/working families. With our pro-union, pro-working family majorities in the both Congressional chambers, the Biden-Harris administration is already moving proactively forward to protect and expand the rights of all working people, including the appointments of Marty Walsh (LiUNA) as Secretary of Labor and James Frederick (USW) as OSHA Director. To create an economy that works for everyone and build back a better, stronger American middle class based on our social and economic justice values, we must demand that our elected leaders sign onto and support the AFL-CIO’s Workers First Agenda and its five priorities:

  1. Worker empowerment
  2. Worker Safety and the Pandemic
  3. Good jobs and Public investment
  4. Racial justice and Democracy
  5. Economic security

By passing pro-working family legislation (such as the PRO Act, a second CARES/Covid relief Act and the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act), Congress and Biden-Harris administration can bring bold, structural change and hope/relief to millions of Americans struggling to survive our current economic depression and catastrophic COVID pandemic. In Southwest Ohio, such legislation would: (1) Create new, good paying jobs and desperately need public infrastructure investment (safer roads, new bridges, cleaner water and sewer systems, etc.); (2) Help families to pay their utilities and stay in their homes; (3) Help schools and hospital with COVID related expenses/protection equipment to keep their students, patients and employees safe; (4) Invest in our U.S. Postal Service and its’ services, vital to the lives/healthcare of millions of Americans; (5) Allow thousands of Ohioans a fair and unrestricted opportunity to exercise their rights to organize/join a union and collectively bargain with their employers without fears of retaliation and workplace threats; (6) Bring real economic security to all retirees and workers by protecting our pensions and Social Security benefit rights; (7) Bring economic assistance to state and local governments struggling to provide vitally important public services and cover new COVID-related expenses; and most importantly, this legislation will help (8) To promote racial justice and address the serious, structural racial inequities that continue to deny/hold back opportunities for millions of Americans.  

As one Cincinnati Labor leader reminded me recently: “Our country did not get to where we are overnight; it will take a lot more time to find unity together, heal our wounds and build back our country for all working people.” I unequivocally and whole-heartedly agree with my Union sister’s sentiment! With the Workers First Agenda, the American Labor movement is aggressively and progressively providing a guiding path forward for our country and all of its people. Elected leaders at all levels of government (local, state and federal) should take notice of our Agenda; come next election, union members and working families in Southwest Ohio will hold you both responsible and accountable for your votes and action/inaction.

It’s a beautiful, new day in America.  

In Solidarity, U and I . . . 
Peter M. McLinden, Esq.
Executive Secretary-Treasurer
Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council
(Peter M. McLinden Esq. is a proud member of AFSCME Local 2461/Union Township, the Chair of the Greater Cincinnati Occupational Health Center (GCOHC), Board President of Cincinnati Labor Agency for Social Services, Treasurer for the Hamilton County Democratic Party, Chairperson / Commissioner - Cincinnati Civil Service Commission, Commissioner - Ohio Real Estate Commission, and the Executive Secretary of the Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council -
Ohio's Joyce Beatty Elected Congressional Black Caucus Chair
U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03) was elected the 27th Chair of the powerful Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) today. Immediately following the vote, she said:

“It is the honor of a lifetime to be voted by my peers to lead the Congressional Black Caucus in the 117th Congress. Right now, our nation is facing three pandemics that have disproportionately impacted the lives of Black Americans: COVID-19, economic turmoil, and social injustice. As Chair, I will work with the Biden Administration, House and Senate Leadership, as well as my congressional colleagues, to defeat the pandemic and ensure better days lie ahead for all of us. Moreover, I will use my voice to address enduring economic and health disparities and fight to break the chains of systemic racism that have held back the Black community for far too long.

The Caucus will mark its 50th anniversary in 2021, and I will do everything in my power to build upon our previous successes, work to create racial wealth equity and sustainability, increase access to affordable healthcare, housing and education, reform our criminal justice system, and clean up our environment.

Together—standing on the shoulders of the 13 CBC founders—we will continue to fight for our families, fight for our communities, and fight for justice for all.”
Support the Workers First Agenda
It’s time to transform the lives of working people through bold, structural change. We’re asking the Biden administration and Congress to commit to a Workers First Agenda.

Working people have been struggling far too long against unfair wages, benefit cuts, and attacks on our right to form a union in our workplaces. That ends now.
It’s time to transform the lives of working people through bold, structural change. We’re asking the Biden administration and Congress to commit to a Workers First Agenda.
Working people have been struggling far too long against unfair wages, benefit cuts and attacks on our right to form a union in our workplaces. That ends now.

You can read the full Workers First Agenda, but here are the top 5 priorities we set:
  1. Empower workers through unions.
  2. Bring the pandemic under control and keep workers safe. 
  3. Invest in good jobs and keep state, local and other essential workers employed.  
  4. Fight for racial justice and democracy. 
  5. Give workers more economic security (health care, retirement, unemployment benefits, etc.).

We’re ready to work together to pass laws that put working people first. Join us!
In Solidarity,
Labor Leader Roundtable January 28, 5:30 pm
Happy New Year!

As we start a new Congress under a new Administration, our office is looking to set up regional virtual roundtables with Labor Leaders throughout Ohio. John Ryan and I are looking to host a discussion on January 28th at 5:30 pm with leaders here in Cincinnati.

In terms of the focus, and agenda, John and I will share some of Sen. Brown’s accomplishments and upcoming legislative priorities, but more importantly, we want to hear from all of you You may already have received a calendar invitation. If not, you will see additional information and flyers in the coming days and in the next Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council’s weekly update as well. For additional information, email the CLC at

We’re looking forward to seeing you!

Alea Brown-Hoffmeister
Deputy State Director at Office of U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown
Sen. Sherrod Brown Working for Working People
JANUARY 21, 2021Brown Calling for Applicants to Fill U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal Vacancies in Ohio’s Southern DistrictWASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) issued a call for applicants to fill critical law enforcement vacancies for Ohio’s Southern District, including U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal. Both positions are nominated by the President of the United States and must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Brown will be working to recommend... READ MORE

JANUARY 20, 2021Brown: Daca Recipients are Fully Eligible for FHA LoansWASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) - expected incoming Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, released a statement after the Trump Administration announced today that it would extend federally backed mortgages to DACA recipients: “After spending years confusing borrowers and lenders, at the... READ MORE

JANUARY 20, 2021Brown Joins Ohioans in Celebrating the Historic Inauguration of President Biden and Vice President HarrisCLEVELAND, OH – Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) released the following statement to mark the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Brown looks forward to working with the Biden-Harris Administration to implement policies that help working families in Ohio get ahead and that unite the country in the face of... READ MORE

JANUARY 20, 2021Brown, Reed Press Fhfa for Information on Loan Sales Made During Covid-19 PandemicToday, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), presumed incoming chair of U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs and Jack Reed (D-RI), sent a letter to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) requesting clarification on the FHFA’s policy regarding loan sales by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) during the COVID-19... READ MORE

JANUARY 18, 2021Brown Delivers Remarks During Cincinnati Freedom Center’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day CelebrationWASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) delivered remarks at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration. This year’s theme was Justice Moving Forward. Brown honored Dr. King’s legacy and highlighted his continued efforts in the fight for racial justice, including the recent expansion... READ MORE

JANUARY 15, 2021—Brown Applauds Extension of Trade Protections for Whirlpool Workers in ClydeWASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) applauded the news that safeguard tariffs to ensure Whirlpool and its workers get sufficient relief from unfair trade practices of foreign competitors have been extended. In November, Brown testified on behalf of Ohio Whirlpool workers, urging the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to... READ MORE

JANUARY 15, 2021—Readout of Brown’s Meeting with President-Elect Biden’s Nominee for United States Trade Representative, Katherine TaiWASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) released the following readout after he met with Katherine Tai, who President-elect Biden has nominated for United States Trade Representative: “I had a good meeting with Ms. Tai and I believe she is the most qualified person for the position of USTR. During our conversation we discussed the... READ MORE
Keep up with Sherrod:

Sherrod Brown is the Ranking Member on the Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs Committee. Keep up with his work on the Committee here: TWITTER: WEBSITE:
Watch Stand! in the Comfort of Your Own Home!
"Stand! tells the important story of the power of collective action. Workers should see this film to learn not only about labor history but the important value of fighting for our rights and greater justice."
-Richard Trumka, President, AFL-CIO
Hello. It's Danny Schur, composer/producer (AFM) of the new labor movie musical, Stand! streaming now on virtual cinema.
The New York State AFL-CIO podcast - "Union Strong" - just produced this excellent 20-minute podcast about the movie. 
Join us to see your impact in action
Next week is Freestore Foodbank’s Annual Meeting—a time when we highlight the incredible work done during the past year, made possible by dedicated friends and supporters like you.

Freestore Foodbank
Annual Meeting
January 28, 2021
11 am ET
We hope you’ll join us virtually to celebrate our work together. We’re so grateful for your generous support to bring food, connection and hope to our tristate neighbors.

With sincere gratitude,
Kurt L. Reiber
President & CEO
Freestore Foodbank
PS: Your support has already made such a difference, but we know there is so much more to do. If you’re able, please consider a donation today to help us continue our work in 2021.

1141 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: 513-482-4500
© 2021 Freestore Foodbank, All rights reserved.
Faith Community Alliance Asks "What Issues Confront City Council And Hamilton County Commissioners In 2021?"
DATE:  Thursday, January 28 , 2021  
TIME:  12 NOON-1:00
SPEAKERS:  Commission President Denise Driehaus and Council member and former Mayor David Mann

PLACE:   Zoom Meeting-click on link to join

To access by phone
Dial in +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
Enter meeting ID 834 4556 3469   
Password: 576443 (if prompted)

We look forward to your participation.
Ohio COVID-19 Update
January 19, 2021
Breann Almos: 614-799-6480
Jill Del Greco: 614-728-4946

COVID-19 Update: Phase 1B Timeline, K-12 Schools, Cybersecurity, Ohio Department of Insurance

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Governor DeWine today highlighted the vaccine distribution timeline for Phase 1B of Ohio's vaccination program, which began today for those ages 80 and up. Governor DeWine was joined by several Ohioans, who received a vaccination as part of Phase 1B.  

Week of January 25: Vaccinations are anticipated to begin for those ages 75 and up. Vaccinations will also be available to those with severe congenital, developmental, or early-onset medical disorders, and who have a developmental or intellectual disability. 
A representative from the local county developmental disabilities board will reach out to help coordinate receipt of the vaccination for Ohioans with severe congenital, developmental, or early-onset medical disorders, as well as a developmental or intellectual disability.
During the week of February 15, Ohioans with any of these conditions, and do not have a developmental or intellectual disability, will be eligible to receive the vaccination. Additional information on how these individuals can choose to receive their vaccines is forthcoming. 

"This group has been identified by medical professionals as having a high risk of death if they caught COVID-19," said Governor DeWine. "It's critical that we continue to prioritize Ohioans who are most vulnerable."

Each provider will begin administering vaccines the day after they receive their shipment. All vaccines must be distributed within seven days. 

Week of February 1: Vaccinations are anticipated to begin for those ages 70 and up following the same process outlined above. 

Week of February 8: Vaccinations are anticipated to begin for those ages 65 and up following the same process outlined above. 

The Ohio Department of Health has launched a tool on to assist residents looking for a provider that has been allocated vaccines. 

The tool is searchable by zip code and county, but it will not be uploaded in real-time.  It is critical that those eligible to receive a vaccine consult local resources to determine up-to-date vaccine availability.

Vaccinations will also be available for personnel in Ohio schools in Phase 1B. As of today, 96% of public school districts have committed to returning to school at least partially in-person by March 1. 

Schools committed to at least partially returning to in-person by March 1 have been designated a local Educational Service Center as a working partner. Additional details will be confirmed this week between the working partners and school districts. 

School districts are also choosing a retail pharmacy partner, secured by the state, or an existing local partnership, to administer the vaccinations to school personnel. Beginning the week of February 1, vaccination administration will be coordinated with school-provider partnerships, and a majority will be closed clinics for school personnel only.

Lt. Governor Husted today outlined various resources available to Ohioans who are interested in earning a credential, or pursuing a career, in cybersecurity. Strengthening the state’s talent and workforce in this industry is a key component to improving cybersecurity efforts and protecting citizens and businesses from cyberattacks.
Resources include:
  • Industry-recognized credentials are offered at high schools across Ohio. Learn more at
  • Cybersecurity programs offered at institutions of higher education.
  • The Ohio Cyber Range supports curriculum development, cyber contests for k-12 to college students, internship programs, and more. 
  • TechCred: Offers tech-focused credentials, including many on cybersecurity. Visit TechCred.Ohio.Gov to learn more.

Governor DeWine announced today his nomination of former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith L. French as Director of the Ohio Department of Insurance. French brings more than 30 years of experience, and will lead the department in providing consumer protection through education and fair, but vigilant, regulation while promoting a stable and competitive environment for insurers. 

In total, there are 836,055 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 reported in Ohio and 10,336 confirmed and probable COVID-19 deaths. A total of 43,605 people have been hospitalized throughout the pandemic, including 6,391admissions to intensive care units. In-depth data can be accessed by visiting 
Video of today's full update, including versions with foreign language translation, can be viewed on the Ohio Channel's YouTube page

For more information on Ohio's response to COVID-19, visit or call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.
Ohio is distributing safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines statewide to those who choose to be vaccinated. As COVID-19 vaccines are granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the state will strategically and thoughtfully distribute the vaccines to Ohioans at the greatest risk in conjunction with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM).

Questions and Answers
COVID-19 Vaccination: Ohio's Phased Approach

Questions about COVID-19
Ohio Department of Health call center is ready to answer your questions about COVID-19

Call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)
The Call Center is staffed from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day, including weekends.

COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Locations
At this time, Ohioans age 80 and older are the first group eligible. Weekly age groupings, outlined below, start with the most vulnerable to allow for a smooth opening to Phase 1B, gradually adding more eligible Ohioans each week.

Please visit the COVID-19 Vaccination Program webpage for more information on Ohio’s Phased Approach at vaccine distribution. Phase 1B of vaccine distribution will include the following audiences. When a new age group begins, vaccinations may not be complete for the previous age group. It will take a number of weeks to distribute all of the vaccine given the limited doses available. Someone in the first age group, for example, will still be able to be vaccinated once the next group begins.

  • The week of Jan. 19: Ohioans 80 years of age and older.
  • The week of Jan. 25: Ohioans 75 years of age and older; those with severe congenital or developmental disorders.
  • The week of Feb. 1: Ohioans 70 years of age and older; employees of K-12 schools that wish to remain or return to in-person or hybrid models.
  • The week of Feb. 8: Ohioans 65 years of age and older.

Each provider manages its own schedules and appointments. This tool is intended help make site information easily accessible to Ohioans. It is important to call or visit the website of a provider in advance to ensure the provider is conducting vaccinations at this time and to make arrangements to be vaccinated. Websites, contact information, and addresses listed are submitted by vaccine providers.

There is a tool at the Ohio Department of Health website that shows providers throughout Ohio who have received shipments of COVID-19 vaccines for those currently being vaccinated in Phase 1B. As more vaccine providers receive shipments, they will be added to this page. Search by county or ZIP code to see a list of providers near you for a specific eligible audience with websites and contact information. As new providers are registered, provide vaccination location information, and receive shipments, they will be added to this page.
COVID 19 Risk Level Guidelines
COVID-19 Resource Guide
As Ohio communities continue to face the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important that they have the resources they need to help keep residents safe.

Please use this guide as a tool as we continue to help one another and persevere until we are on the other side of this crisis.  We are all in this together, Ohio.
Responsible RestartOhio is about protecting the health of employees, customers, and their families; supporting community efforts to control the spread of the virus; and, leading in responsibly getting Ohio back to work.
  1. Require face coverings for employees and recommend them for clients/customers at all times.
  2.  Conduct daily health assessments by employers and employees (self-evaluation) to determine if “fit for duty.”
  3.  Maintain good hygiene at all times – hand washing, sanitizing and social distancing.
  4.  Clean and sanitize workplaces throughout workday and at the close of business or between shifts.
  5.  Limit capacity to meet social distancing guidelines.
  • Establish maximum capacity.
  • And, use appointment setting where possible to limit congestion. 

  • Immediately report employee or customer infections to the local health district.
  • Work with local health department to identify potentially exposed individuals to help facilitate appropriate communication/contact tracing.
  • Shutdown shop/floor for deep sanitation if possible.  
  • Professionally clean and sanitize site/location.
  • Reopen in consultation with the local health department.
COVID - 19 By The Numbers
Global Confirmed 97,008,069
Global Deaths 2,078,315
U.S. Confirmed 24,446,837
U.S. Deaths 406,384
Ohio COVID-19 Dashboard
Current Trends
Below are the current reporting trends for key indicators calculated from data reported to the Ohio Department of Health. The graphics and information were taken from the Ohio Department of Health Coronavirus (COVID-19) website Thursday, January 21.
Hamilton County
Clermont County
Brown County
Butler County
Warren County
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