Court News Ohio: New Platform Provides Path to Accessible Sentencing Data

Court News Ohio (which for some reason doesn’t have a encrypted connection, so you might get a warning): New Platform Provides Path to Accessible Sentencing Data. “The Ohio Criminal Sentencing Commission unveiled a new website to help courts implement a uniform sentencing entry system, which will lead to the development of a statewide criminal sentencing database. It will be called the Ohio Sentencing Data Platform, or OSDP.”

Cincinnati Enquirer: Ohio Department of Health violated public records law, court finds

Cincinnati Enquirer: Ohio Department of Health violated public records law, court finds. “A special master at the Ohio Court of Claims has sided with The Columbus Dispatch in a 13-month-long records dispute over death certificate data. Special Master Jeff Clark recommended in a June 9 report that the Ohio Department of Health turn over death certificate records contained in its Electronic Death Registration System database in response to the April 20, 2020 request.”

Fox 19: New interactive site shows how many Ohioans have received both doses of COVID-19 vaccine

Fox 19: New interactive site shows how many Ohioans have received both doses of COVID-19 vaccine. “The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) launched a new website showing how many Ohioans have completed the vaccination process against COVID-19. Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine require two shots to become inoculated. The state has been reporting for weeks how many people had received the first shot, but this is the first time sharing the data for completed shots.”

Columbus Dispatch: Shots fired into home of Ohio Department of Health official

Columbus Dispatch: Shots fired into home of Ohio Department of Health official. “Police are investigating after someone fired shots into the home of an official at the Ohio Department of Health. Upper Arlington Police responded to a call just after 8 p.m. in the 1700 block of Berkshire Road on Saturday of shots being fired into the home of Dr. Mary Kate Francis, assistant medical director of the Ohio Department of Health.”

WKYC: Where can you get a COVID-19 vaccine in Ohio? State launches new zip code search tool

WKYC: Where can you get a COVID-19 vaccine in Ohio? State launches new zip code search tool. “Have you been searching for ways to get the COVID-19 vaccine? You’re not alone. Many Ohioans have been wondering when — and where — they will be able to get the shot once they’re eligible. Ohio health officials launched a new tool Friday morning that helps residents throughout the state locate COVID-19 vaccination options near them.”

WKYC: Ohio Department of Health to launch new COVID-19 vaccination dashboard

WKYC: Ohio Department of Health to launch new COVID-19 vaccination dashboard. “During his Monday afternoon press conference, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the state–along with the Ohio Department of Health (ODH)–will soon launch a new tool on the COVID-19 dashboard that allows Ohioans to track the distribution and number of people who have received the Coronavirus vaccine as more vaccinations and doses arrive in the coming week.”

Columbus Dispatch: Ohio State dashboard helping Columbus-area schools spot COVID outbreaks among children

Columbus Dispatch: Ohio State dashboard helping Columbus-area schools spot COVID outbreaks among children. “Using the dashboard, school leaders can now monitor data that’s specific to their districts, including student and staff absences, nurse visits by students with flu-like symptoms and COVID-19 cases among people living in their district boundaries. If they’re seeing statistics that aren’t too out of the ordinary, the dashboard also gives them the confidence to know they’re operating safely.”

Coronavirus crisis: More than $7.2 billion in unemployment compensation paid out to Ohioans in last 34 weeks (Cleveland 19 News)

Cleveland 19 News: Coronavirus crisis: More than $7.2 billion in unemployment compensation paid out to Ohioans in last 34 weeks. “The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reported 21,868 people filed for initial unemployment last week (Nov. 1-7) to the U.S. Department of Labor, which brings the total of unemployment claims filed in Ohio over the last 34 weeks to 1,850,676.”