CORONAVIRUS: 5 things Clark, Champaign residents need to know

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

1. Wineries in Clark and Champaign counties are offering delivery and carryout services. Bottle sales are helping sustain the wineries for now.

READ MORE: Bottle sales sustaining Clark, Champaign wineries for now 

2. A Global Impact STEM Academy student is making and donating face shields to health providers. Isaiah Stickley's goal is to make about 30 face shields a week to donate.

READ MORE: Student at STEM Academy in Springfield makes, donated face shields to health providers

3. More than 200 food trucks have applied to sell at Ohio rest stops. This change was intended to give truck drivers access to hot meals when many businesses have closed.

READ MORE: Food trucks sign up for permits to operate at ODOT-maintained rest stops

4. A New Carlisle church participated in pass the Peeps and toilet paper video on Facebook. Kristen Frank, the guest experience director at Medway Church edited together more than 100 clips.

WATCH: Pass the Peeps and toilet paper video

5. Second Harvest Food Bank is seeking financial assistance in their food distribution efforts. They are seeking financial donations to buy supplies in bulk. To donate either send a check to 31 North Sycamore St., Springfield, 45503 or visit

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