Daily Rundown July 10, 2020

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APS leaders give performance report to board

United Airlines to lay off hundreds of employees at Cleveland Hopkins

International Airport this fall

Akron mask ordinance sets fines while exempting some for religious, health, other reasons

Ex-city commissioner Joey Williams confirms early release, home confinement

Despite plan, UD faculty and staff express concerns about reopening in pandemic

Coronavirus: Dayton region hospitals seeing busiest rush of patients yet

School districts ‘need to customize’ plans to reopen with COVID-19

Dayton, Montgomery County roll out van to help residents complete 2020 Census

Toledo mayor issues declaration that residents should wear masks in public

Franklin County eyeing $37.8 million drop in budget revenues for 2021

Lorain, Summit counties added to Ohio’s Level 3 coronavirus list where masks are mandatory

Ohio now requires masks at religious services in worst COVID counties

Conservative group sues over Ohio law allowing cities to collect taxes from ex-commuters working at home

Coronavirus in Ohio: State issues guidelines for college reopenings

Ohio issues standards and procedures for universities and colleges to follow

Foreign students weigh studying in person vs. losing visas

California leaders sue Trump administration over rule that international students must take in-person classes

Coronavirus in Ohio Thursday update: 61,331 cases, 3,006 deaths

Gov. Mike DeWine staffer tests positive for coronavirus


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