The Ohio Governor also advocated for families to return to their doctors for well-child visits
COLUMBUS, Ohio — During Tuesday afternoon’s press briefing, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine made a large push for families to vaccinate their children for preventable diseases.
Governor DeWine said that although there is not a vaccine ready and available that prevents COVID-19, it is more important than ever to make sure kids are immunized for diseases and illnesses that are able to be stopped.
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At the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic in Ohio, Governor DeWine said the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) saw a steep drop in vaccinations for diseases like whooping cough and the chicken pox, but that “we’re starting to catch up on these numbers, but there’s still some reason to be concerned.”
During the briefing, Governor DeWine