COVID-19 Update: Vaccine Maintenance Program, Nursing Home Visitation,  Phase 1B Medical Conditions

OHIO BUREAU OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION //  FEBRUARY 18, 2021 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. WEATHER DELAYS As a result of continued bad weather, vaccine shipments in Ohio and across the country continue to be delayed. Ohioans with vaccine appointments…

AG Nessel Brings Awareness to Continuing COVID Relief Programs, Warns of Potential New Scams

Michigan Department of Attorney General // February 17, 2021 Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel advises Michigan residents facing financial hardship during the pandemic may be eligible for continued rent and mortgage payment assistance, as well as deferred student loan payments. Nessel also warns that these relief programs may motivate bad actors to think of new ways to attempt to steal personal information and money. “As this nation continues to grapple with the impact of…

City Announces Expansion of Indoor Dining

CITY OF CHICAGO BUSINESS AFFAIRS & CONSUMER PROTECTION // FEBRUARY 16, 2021 The City of Chicago announced that, effective immediately, indoor service at bars, restaurants and event venues can increase to the lesser of 40% capacity or 50 people per room or floor. This increase is due to the significant progress that Chicago continues to…