City Of Lakewood To Follow Ohio Department Of Health Guidance For Halloween

September 21, 2020

City of Lakewood To Follow Ohio Department of Health Guidance for Halloween
September 21, 2020

Use caution and plan ahead for celebrating Halloween amid the COVID-19 pandemic

The City of Lakewood will adhere to the Ohio Department of Health’s “Celebrating Halloween” guidance released on Friday, September 18th. Trick-or-treat activities will be from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Saturday, October 31st in Lakewood.

To protect the safety and health of all members of our community while celebrating Halloween, the City of Lakewood encourages caution for Halloween and other fall festivities. While broad in nature to cover the situations experienced by most Ohioans, the Ohio Department of Health’s “Celebrating Halloween” guidance provides the following good advice for Lakewoodites:

For Parents/Guardians of Trick-or-Treaters

  • For trick-or-treating, reach out to neighbors to discuss ways to ensure 6-foot social distancing, how candy can most safely be distributed, and the need for face
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Florida schools reopened en masse, but a surge in coronavirus didn’t follow, a USA TODAY analysis found

Many teachers and families feared a spike in COVID-19 cases when Florida made the controversial push to reopen schools in August with in-person instruction.

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But a USA TODAY analysis shows the state’s positive case count among kids aged 5 to 17 declined through late September after a peak in July. Among the counties seeing surges in overall cases, it’s college-age adults – not school children – driving the trend, the analysis found.

a man and a woman sitting on a bench: Larry and Lianne Martin hug their daughter Riley Martin as she begins her first day of kindergarten at Lake Park Elementary School in East Naples, Monday, August 31, 2020.

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Larry and Lianne Martin hug their daughter Riley Martin as she begins her first day of kindergarten at Lake Park Elementary School in East Naples, Monday, August 31, 2020.

The early results in Florida show the success of rigorous mask-wearing, social distancing, isolating contacts, and quick contact tracing when necessary, said health experts.


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Green Co. officials ask public to follow public health guidelines as COVID-19 cases more than double since start of August

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Colorized scanning electron micrograph of an apoptotic cell (pink) heavily infected with SARS-COV-2 virus particles (green), isolated from a patient sample. Image captured at the NIAID Integrated Research Facility in Fort Detrick, Maryland.

MADISON, Wis. — Green County has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases since the start of August, bringing the county’s total case count to 476, which is more than double the total amount of cases reported up until August.

In a news release, county leaders urged the public to follow public health measures like wearing a mask around people from outside of your home, avoiding gatherings with people you don’t live with and social distancing.

At the start of August, Green County had only confirmed 201 cases since the start of the pandemic. Since the start of August, however, health officials have confirmed

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Follow These Healthy Rules To Control Your Hypertension Issues Naturally

Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the major problems faced by a number of people and it majorly gets undetected because of it doesn’t have any major symptoms. Though the condition is not good for our health and can cause heart failure, aneurysm, vision loss, blocked blood vessel, kidney damage, etc. Unhealthy eating habits and poor lifestyle are the reasons behind the increase in the number of cases of hypertension. Adopt these healthy habits to control the problem naturally.

  • Quit The Sugar: Sugar in your food may increase your risk of high blood pressure or hypertension that further leads to some other major health issues and in an order to stay healthy, it is advisable to quit sugar. Instead of refined sugar, you can add some natural sugar, which is mostly present in fruits and vegetables.
  • Say No To Junk: Another healthy habit that helps you control hypertension
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