CORONAVIRUS: 5 things Clark, Champaign residents need to know

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 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The two most recent cases are men in their 40s and 50s.

READ MORE: Most Clark County coronavirus cases are patients in their 40s and 50s

2. Licensed Ohio restaurants can now serve alcoholic drinks to go. Under the rule, restaurant customers can purchase two prepackaged drinks per meal.

READ MORE: Restaurants with liquor license can serve carryout cocktail

3. Clark and Champaign schools are holding virtual spirit weeks. The district spirit weeks will take place through Thursday.

READ MORE: Clark, Champaign students take part in virtual spirit week

4. Project Jericho starts Art from Apart, a word of the day initiative on its social media outlets. This initiative is designed to inspire the program's participants to continue their creative skills during this time at home.

READ MORE: Words inspire art through Project Jericho effort in Springfield

5. Clark State is continuing to train workers through their TechCred program. The statewide program is designed to train workers for in-demand jobs, while reimbursing employers for those training costs.

READ MORE: TechCred program continues during coronavirus pandemic

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