Welp, There Was a Covid Outbreak on Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County Health Department Announces

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The Ottawa County Health Department announced today that a coronavirus outbreak on Put-in-Bay infected at least seven people between June 17 and June 21 and that anyone who visited the Commodore Hotel, The Mist or Mr. Ed's during that period of time should watch for Covid-19 symptoms.

This has been the inevitable update reminding you that the pandemic continues apace and you should WEAR A MASK AND NOT GET CLOSE TO PEOPLE.



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