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This week on the outlet, a program is helping people cool down this summer with free air conditioners, and a 16 year tradition is brewing once again in Athens. These stories and more, right here on The OUtlet. WOUB Digital · The OUtlet – July 8th, 2021
New research from China suggests people infected with the delta variant have, on average, about 1,000 times more virus in their respiratory tracts than people infected with the original strain.
President Biden will address the ongoing withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan at a moment when the Taliban are gaining power and threatening the Afghan government.
CLEVLAND (ideastream) — The DeWine administration and national researchers are at odds as to whether the state’s Vax-A-Million lottery sweepstakes made a significant impact on vaccination uptake. A new study published in JAMA from Boston University School of Medicine researchers found that while there was a temporary increase in vaccination rates after Vax-A-Million was announced, there were… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Athens County fell to 5,249 total cases of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic after one previously confirmed case was removed from the data Thursday. The Ohio Department of Health confirmed the news on July 8, 2021. According to ODH data, the case was removed from the 20-29 category. There… Read More
WOUB Digital · ‘Ill-Humored’: Artwork By Siblings Bryn and Sage Perrott at Arts West July 9-30 An exhibition of artwork by siblings Bryn Perrott (Deerjerk) and Sage Perrott (Haypeep) entitled ill-humored will open Friday, July 9 at Arts West (132 West State St.) Bryn and Sage spoke to WOUB Culture about the show, how pandemic… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Late last month, Ohio ended the extra $300 unemployment benefit that had been coming from the federal government, saying it would encourage Ohioans to get back to work quicker. Advocates for unemployed and low-income Ohioans disagree, saying that decision is shortsighted and hurts families. The Executive Director of the… Read More
NOVA “Meteor Strike” Wednesday, July 14 at 9 pm A blinding flash of light streaked across the Russian sky, followed by a shuddering blast strong enough to damage buildings and send more than 1,000 people to the hospital. On the morning of February 15, 2013, a 7,000-ton asteroid crashed into the Earth’s atmosphere, exploded… Read More