Washington County and Noble County reach red in Ohio advisory system
Today’s coronavirus data in Ohio has pushed Washington and Noble counties into high alert.
Morgan County schools went remote until Christmas, according to a robocall that notified families last night.
Warren Local Schools in Washington County will remain hybrid (separated student populations by day) next week, according to Kyle Newton.
“If a county goes to red, very rarely does it slink back in one week,” noted Warren Superintendent Kyle Newton, reporting today that superintendents across Washington County are discussing what happens next for each district.
See below to interact with the public advisory dashboard from the Ohio Department of Health.
See Friday’s edition of the Times for a full story.