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NEWS CATEGORY: COVID-19

Review CDC Guidance Before Considering Spring Break Travel

Starting March 10, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), will no longer issue a travel advisory for those entering Ohio after ...

Reminder: Bexley City Hall Closed for In-Person Visitors

Bexley City Hall is currently closed to in-person visitors due to COVID-19. Residents and guests are encouraged to conduct business via phone ...

Franklin County Public Health Announces New Contact Tracing Resource

Contact tracing is a key strategy to contain the spread of any communicable disease. Up until now, Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) ...

Contact Tracing During a Surge

If You've Tested Positive for COVID-19, Here's How You Can Help Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, health departments have been ...

COVID-19 Precautions for Thanksgiving

Yesterday afternoon, Franklin County moved from a Level 3 to a Level 4 Public Health Advisory, or "purple", on Ohio Department of Health's Public Health ...

Ask-an-Expert Virtual Panel – COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Case Investigation

On November 18th we hosted our third Ask-an-Expert COVID-19 panel, with a special focus on contact tracing and case investigation. Our three ...

Trick-or-Treat Safety Guidelines

As in years past, we will be continuing on with Trick-or-Treat rain or shine. Trick-or-Treat is taking place tomorrow, October 29th from 5:30 ...

Joint Announcement from Mayor Kessler and Superintendent Dan Good

EDITED: October 12, 2020 We wanted to provide an update of COVID-19 stats in Bexley, as well as key reminders of what ...

COVID-19 Pop Up Testing in Bexley on October 17th

We have partnered with Franklin County Public Health and PrimaryOne Health to bring a pop-up COVID-19 testing site in Bexley. Next Saturday, October 17th, from ...

Announcement from Bexley Schools: Fall 2020 Back-to-School Plans

Bexley City Schools Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Miller recommended that Bexley City Schools begin the school year with full distance learning for the ...
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