CORONAVIRUS: 5 things Clark, Champaign residents need to know today

Clark County Combined Health District reports there county has 10 confirmed cases of the coronavirus. BILL LACKEY/STAFF
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Clark County Combined Health District reports there county has 10 confirmed cases of the coronavirus. BILL LACKEY/STAFF

Here are five things Clark and Champaign residents need to know about COVID-19, or coronavirus today.

1. Clark County has confirmed 20 coronavirus cases, according to a post on the Clark County Combined Health District's Facebook page. Cases have now been found in the City of Springfield, Bethel Township, German Township, Mad River Township, Moorefield Township, and the City of New Carlisle.

2. Springfield Animal Hospital is operating through curbside service to ensure the safety of clients and staff. When pet owners arrive, they should call the animal hospital and an employee will come to the vehicle to receive the pet.

READ MORE: Springfield Animal Hospital goes curbside service

3. Clark and Champaign counties' farmers markets are adapting to social distancing guidelines. Some are experiencing an increase in business.

READ MORE: Local farmers markets adapt to social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic

4. The Springfield Museum of Art is displaying a new Trail Gallery. The gallery allows those who use the trail behind the museum in Veterans Park to view a display of rarely seen art mounted in the staff office windows.

READ MORE: Springfield Museum of Art brings art to public in creative way

5. A Springfield photographer is taking photos of her neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic. Some of her neighbors took funny family photos describing what they have been doing during the pandemic.

READ MORE: Springfield photographer takes photos of neighbors during pandemic

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