Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Monday, June 22.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted routine childhood immunizations. This may put children at risk for other diseases like measles polio and whooping cough. Lima’s health department is offering childhood immunizations and adult services as well but appointments are necessary. And officials say do not wait to secure an appointment if your child needs school vaccines. Read more.
President Donald Trump used his rally in Tulsa Saturday to try to define the upcoming election as a choice between national heritage and left-wing radicalism. But the rally was partly overshadowed by news that some of the campaign staff had coronavirus and a campaign on tick tock overinflated the number of people expected. Tulsa’s fire marshal’s office reported a crowd of just less than sixty two hundred in the arena. Read more.
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Chris Fister has worked in education for 43 years and is now superintendent at Waynesfield Goshen schools. He believes reopening schools in the fall is going to require some big changes from business as usual. Read more.
In Sports, organizers of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin are doing some heavy lifting to figure out how to keep fans safe as they watch the action. Most tournaments are closed to spectators. Read more.
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