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“Worry about Your Grandparents”: Ohio Youth See COVID-19 Surge

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohioans are being cautioned to return to being vigilant about social distancing, mask-wearing and hand washing after new confirmed cases of COVID-19 hit their highest mark since mid-April.

The latest tally of 892 cases disproportionately struck younger Ohioans, with 60% being reported among people 20 to 49, according to figures from the Ohio Department of Health. The average age of Ohioans getting the disease once thought to be a particular threat to the elderly has now dropped to 42.

There also were 55 hospitalizations and 17 deaths overnight in the state.

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After Amazon, Google’s First Cloud Region Coming to Greece

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