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What Questions Do You Have About Coronavirus In Ohio?

two people Social distancing at Antrim Lake in Columbus Ohio
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Social distancing at Antrim Park in Columbus, Ohio.

As the world comes to grip with the COVID-19 pandemic, many are struggling to deal with the near-constant flow of new information–some good, some bad, and some just downright confusing.

Even here in Ohio, where Gov. Mike DeWine and other state officials are striving to provide clear updates to the public at daily press conferences, many questions linger.

With that in mind, WOSU's Curious Cbus project wants to hear from Ohioans: What questions do you still have about COVID-19? What aspects of Ohio's response are you curious about?

Do you have specific questions about the coronavirus's impact in Ohio? Is there something unique or peculiar about your situation that hasn't been addressed?

WOSU also wants to hear from you if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, or if you've experienced a loss because of the disease.

Tell us below, and WOSU may follow up.

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You can find all of WOSU's coronavirus coverage here.

Michael De Bonis develops and produces digital content including podcasts, videos, and news stories. He is also the editor of WOSU's award-winning Curious Cbus project. He moved to Columbus in 2012 to work as the producer of All Sides with Ann Fisher, the live news talk show on 89.7 NPR News.