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As a new strain of coronavirus (COVID-19) swept through the world in 2020, preparedness plans, masking policies and more public policy changed just as quickly. WVXU has covered the pandemic's impact on the Tri-State from the very beginning, when on March 3, 2020, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine barred spectators from attending the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus over concerns about the virus, even though Ohio had yet to confirm a single case of COVID-19.

Mayor John Cranley Discusses Reopening The City

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Ohio employees in manufacturing, distribution, construction and office work can begin returning to their jobs today. As part of the gradual reopening of the economy, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is recommending that employees who can telework remain at home.

In the city of Cincinnati, Mayor John Cranley has been preparing for the reopening. "Unfortunately we may have to live with this pandemic for a long time. And so, accordingly, we have to figure out how to work safer and safely," he said in a press briefing last week.

Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss what is ahead for the city is Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley.

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Michael Monks brings a broad range of experience to WVXU-FM as the host of Cincinnati Edition, Cincinnati Public Radio's weekday news and information talk show.