• COVID-19 cases, deaths
Allen County: Cases: 232. Deaths: 34. Updated 2 p.m. 6/12/20
Auglaize County: Cases: 84. Deaths: 3. Updated 2 p.m. 6/12/20
Hardin County: Cases: 87. Deaths: 4. Updated 2 p.m. 6/12/20
Putnam County: Cases: 100. Deaths: 15. Updated 2 p.m. 6/12/20
Van Wert County: Cases: 10. Deaths: 0. Updated 2 p.m. 6/12/20
Ohio: Cases: 40,424. Confirmed and Probable Deaths: 2,508. Updated 2 p.m. 6/12/20
• Auglaize County had two new cases and no new deaths.
• Van Wert County reported one new case.
• Allen County had no new deaths and saw its number of cases go down once a suspected case turned out to be negative.
• The number of cases and deaths remained the same in Hardin County and Putnam County.
• Ohio had 420 new cases and 18 new deaths.
• Bradfield Community Center will begin restarting its programming on Monday, June 15. It will welcome back volleyball players from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday and pickleball players from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Enter through the gym on the North Shore side. Temperatures will be checked. Guests will need to sign in. Masks are recommended but not required.
• U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown had a conference call with Allen County elected officials and community leaders to discuss how the coronavirus affects the county. “I’ve had countless calls with leaders across the state, from school superintendents to restaurant owners to mayors and county commissioners. I am amazed by how creative so many have been in finding new ways to fulfill their mission, but I know that more federal help is needed,” Brown said in a press release. “I’m working to get resources to Ohio quickly – but I can’t do that if I’m not listening to local officials and leaders who know, first hand, what is needed.”
• The University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum plans to open its doors to the public Aug. 12 by appointment only. It will limit the number of guests allowed per day, ask for the use of masks and have temperature checks, as well as adding hand sanitizer stations.
• The Allen County Museum will reopen at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 16, in a first phase of action. Some areas of the museum will remain closed, like the Noah’s Ark and children’s areas. To-go projects are available. Masks are strongly recommended, and capacity will be limited. It will close from 1-2 p.m. daily for cleaning. The second phase, beginning July 1, will open the MacDonell House, and the Elizabeth M. MacDonell Library and the John H. Keller Archives will open by appointment.
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