Labor Council

Saturday, June 11, 2022
This Week With AFL-CIO President, Liz Shuler
We know you can feel the energy that is building across the country, as workers take on corporate giants and win. We are all in this together, driving this wave of collective action.

In just a few days, working people across America are coming together for the 2022 AFL-CIO convention in Philadelphia to mark this important moment in the history of the labor movement.

As one movement, we are going to engage, learn and prepare to take the next steps on the journey for dignity and justice at work.

The AFL-CIO Convention is right around the corner, and I’m thrilled to announce that President Biden will be joining us.

From the establishment of the first-ever White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment to the enactment of the largest infrastructure investments in our nation’s history, America’s union members know that Biden and his administration support more good union jobs and a strong labor movement.

Under President Biden’s leadership, we are making real progress for America’s workers, and I can’t wait to welcome him to our convention next week.

Our campaigns and our victories are not limited to any one industry or part of the country—they are happening in every community, in every sector, and worker power is growing by the day.

We’re creating a dynamic, forward-thinking labor movement that’s open to all working people, and the wind is at our backs.

I can’t imagine a better time than now for America’s unions to gather for the AFL-CIO Convention. Together, we are truly building the movement to meet the moment.
One of our fundamental values is our belief that all workers—no matter who we are, how we express ourselves or who we love—have the right to be treated equally and with dignity at work.

While we’re making true progress as a society, too many hurdles remain in the way of LGBTQ+ workers achieving their full potential. The labor movement is the place where working people come together to break down barriers and create lasting change.

This Pride Month, we celebrate LGBTQ+ workers who contribute so much to our movement, our workplaces and our country.
Invitation: AFL-CIO Convention Livestream
Be part of the action and watch the 29th AFL-CIO Constitutional Convention live: Monday, June 13, to Wednesday, June 15.
Working people have endured COVID-19 and are fed up with the systemic inequity that the pandemic laid bare.
We are speaking up, taking risks and standing in solidarity for dignity, decency and a fair share of the wealth we create.
Featured speakers include:
  • Labor Secretary Marty Walsh (June 13)
  • Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (June 14)
  • President Joe Biden (June 14)

Our 2022 convention will give us an unprecedented opportunity to build a bold, dynamic and inclusive movement for the future.
In Solidarity,
35th Annual Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council Golf Tournament
Yesterday was the sold out 35th Annual Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council Golf Tournament at the City of Mason Golf Center - Grizzly Golf Course. We had a phenomenal day and the rain held out until we finished. Thank you to all of our foursomes, hole sponsors, and volunteers for their support. We could not do what we do without you! We hope you all had as much fun as we did and are already looking forward to next year.

We will be posting a Facebook album of the photos we took as well as sending out a list of raffle winners so those that were not there can make arrangements to get their prize. If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Schleicher, Executive Administrator, Cincinnati AFL-CIO CLC at or 513.421.1846 ext. 2.
Listening Tour 2022 - Stops In Cincinnati on June 28th, 2022
Labor Day at Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council
"If Not Us, Who? If Not Now, When?!

We're Back and We're Live!

Friday, October 21, 2022
UAW Local 863 Union Hall
10708 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241

Save The Date!

6:00 PM Social Hour | 7:00 PM Dinner and Program

Special Keynote Speaker:
AFL-CIO Endorsed Candidate for US Senate, Tim Ryan
Tim Ryan is a relentless advocate for Ohio’s working families.

Musical Guests:
Jake Speed and The Freddies
An Evening of Labor's Best Musical Heritage!

Watch This Space for Details...
Jake Speed and the Freddies w/ Special Guests Mike Oberst and Ed Cunningham at 22nd Annual Woodyfest Celebrating the life and music of Woody Guthrie.
Jeep Giveaway Featured at Union Plus Booth; Come Visit Us at the AFL-CIO Convention
We are excited to finally see so many union leaders in person at the upcoming AFL-CIO Convention—you can find us with a union-made 2022 Jeep Wrangler Willys parked at our booth, ready for a lucky union member to take home. Though the chance to enter the Jeep giveaway closes to most union members on June 11, we’ll be signing up convention delegates for the giveaway for the duration of the convention.
Once you’re at our booth, stay for the videos featuring union members who use all kinds of Union Plus programs, and for other union-made giveaways, customized program materials and to meet some of our friendly team. We hope to see you in Philadelphia!
Cultural Workers’ Organizing Campaigns Multiply with AFSCME
Fresh off its recent union election victory with library workers (pictured above) in Columbus, Missouri, AFSCME announced two new organizing campaigns last week, as the union accelerates its strategy to grow across the country. The latest examples of cultural workers joining together include more than 200 staff members at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles and workers in Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library system, who are also forming a union with AFSCME.
Alayna Baron (not pictured), a library associate at Pratt Library’s Hamilton branch, said she wants management to take her and her co-workers’ ideas and needs seriously. “Workers in the branches hold expert knowledge about the neighborhoods in which we work,” she said. “But big decisions are made without our input….When the power is back in the hands of Pratt workers and our community members, all of us will benefit.”
More Than 4,000 Federal, D.C. Government Employees Joined AFGE in May
AFGE welcomed 4,085 federal and Washington, D.C., government employees to the union family in May, with a net gain of 436 members—the largest monthly net gain in more than three years. Each month, AFGE organizes thousands of new members, but thousands also retire, leave federal service, exit bargaining unit positions or otherwise resign their membership. The union credited its locals as the key to success, with the biggest gains coming from new employee orientations.
“People are joining to empower themselves,” explained AFGE Director of Membership and Organization Dave Cann (not pictured). “This means our numbers aren’t just growing, which they are, but we are building our union with members who want to be active, who want a say, who want to have ownership of their workplace.”
AFM Praises NEA and NEH Pledge to Appoint Chief Diversity Officers
The American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (AFM) applauds Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson, chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, and Shelly Lowe, chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities on their announcements that Chief Diversity Officers will be created at each agency. The new diversity officers will help guarantee the inclusion of qualified grant applicants from under-represented communities throughout the United States.

The announcement comes on the heels of intense lobbying by the AFM and other labor affiliates of the AFL-CIO and its Arts, Entertainment, and Media Industries (AEMI) division.

AFM President Ray Hair states, “The inclusion of a senior staff level Diversity Officer at these agencies is in keeping with AFM’s values and goes a long way toward assuring equity and fairness in the federal arts grant-making process. By shining a spotlight on the need to resolve matters of inequity and unfairness in the federal grant landscape, the NEA and NEH are paving the way for generations of under-represented artists to thrive economically and soar socially and artistically.”

The AFM has long served to promote the inclusion of all artists by assuring that all musicians who participate in the arts and entertainment industries profession are fairly compensated, protected under strong, enforceable labor contracts, and entitled to the same pension and health and welfare benefits across the board. We commend Chairs Jackson and Lowe for moving quickly to create more inclusive arts, entertainment, and media industries through the work of their agencies.
‘Tantalizingly Close’: Aluminum Smelter Reopening on the Horizon
In April 2020, one of the few remaining aluminum smelters in the United States closed down and hundreds of members of the Machinists (IAM) lost their jobs. The Alcoa Intalco Works plant in Ferndale, Washington, now looks set to reopen its doors with the promise of regaining good union jobs and boosting America’s domestic manufacturing and supply chains, all while contributing to a reduced-carbon economy. However, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that the Bonneville Power Administration is “balking” at the prospect of having to supply the smelter with low-cost hydropower.
“We’re so close to reopening the only aluminum smelter west of the Mississippi and restoring hundreds of IAM ‘green’ careers,” IAM International President Robert Martinez Jr. tweeted on Wednesday. “Now, we need Bonneville Power to work with our broad coalition to bring this strategic manufacturing work back home.”
New York City Comptroller Brad Lander Praises Amazon Workers for Exercising Freedom to Organize
In a video message to Amazon workers, New York City Comptroller Brad Lander praised Amazon workers who are exercising their freedom to come together into unions to negotiate for a fair return on their work. He explained that the company and its shareholders, as well as workers’ pension plans, will benefit over the long term by treating workers well.
At Amazon’s shareholder meeting on May 25, Lander joined New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs to urge a vote against Amazon Director Judith McGrath. McGrath had refused to meet with the New York City Employees’ Retirement System and other investors to discuss Amazon’s treatment of its workforce.
Director McGrath chairs the board of director’s Leadership Development and Compensation Committee that awarded Amazon CEO Andy Jassy $211 million in 2021 total compensation, an amount that is 6,474 times Amazon’s median employee pay of $32,855. More than 20% of Amazon’s shareholders withheld their vote from McGrath. Click here to learn more.
UVC Applauds Senate Advancement of Toxic Exposure Legislation
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted by a large bipartisan majority to proceed with consideration of the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring Our PACT Act. The Union Veterans Council, AFL-CIO, (UVC) celebrated the move forward for the legislation, which will expand Veterans Affairs (VA) health care eligibility for post-9/11 combat veterans, improve VA’s claims processing and fund additional VA staff.
“Veterans suffering from rare respiratory cancers associated with toxic exposure to burn pits resulting from their service deserve timely access to health care services and benefits,” said UVC Executive Director Will Attig (UA). “Along with President Biden, the Union Veterans Council has been there for the fight to expand access to health care services and benefits for veterans impacted by environmental exposures.”
NATCA Members Host Solidarity Event with ‘Top Gun’ Screening
The movie “Top Gun: Maverick” has hit the big screen, and union members across the country are talking about it—including members of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) who keep America’s airspace safe. NATCA members who work at St. Louis/Lambert Air Traffic Control Tower recently hosted a solidarity event with a screening of the “Top Gun” sequel. NATCA President Rich Santa attended and spoke with members from around the St. Louis region.
“It was awesome to get to spend time with local Central Region members and especially while celebrating a movie related to aviation,” NATCA Central Regional Vice President Aaron Merrick said. “We’re always excited about the opportunity to build solidarity, face to face, with other local facilities and our union leadership.”
UWUA: Another Hurricane Season Starts Without Enough Utility Workers
All utilities—electric, gas and water services—have slashed their workforces in recent decades. Coupled with a disproportionately older utility workforce reaching retirement, there are fewer highly skilled line workers and transmission and distribution technicians doing those much-needed jobs. This has put communities at risk, particularly as we head into another dangerous hurricane season.

“With all these utilities cutting back on their workforce, and a lot of maintenance not getting done, it’s a recipe for the disasters we are seeing now,” said Utility Workers (UWUA) Local 1-2 Executive Board member Chris Katzmann, who was among scores of UWUA members who responded after Hurricane Ida struck Louisiana last year. Sign the UWUA’s petition to ensure we invest in the next generation of utility workers.

  The mission of the American Labor Studies Center (ALSC) is to promote the teaching and learning about the American labor movement and its history, including in K-12 schools, nationwide. It does so through its award-winning website, sponsoring workshops and offering tours through the Kate Mullany National Historic Site in Troy, New York.

  In its effort to highlight and celebrate the role that women played in fighting for collective bargaining and better pay as well as improved working conditions, the ALSC is creating THE NATIONAL TRADE UNION WOMEN'S MEMORIAL on the site of the Kate Mullany House at 350 Eighth Street in Troy, New York. Mullany formed our nation's first bona fide all female union - the Troy Collar Laundry Union - in 1864. She was the first woman to serve as an officer of a national union. She was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls in 2000 and Labor's International Hall of Fame in 2016.

  The Mullany House was designated a National Historic Landmark by the Secretary of the Interior in 1998 and a National Historic Site (a unit within the National Park System) in 2004. It is owned and being historically restored by the American Labor Studies Center.

  As a result, the Memorial will be part of the National Parks System and enjoy the benefits and prestige that it brings including the use of the National Park System logo. It will annually induct one or more trade union women pioneers.

  We invite you to support the establishment of the Memorial by clicking on the "HERE" link on the Mullany website. There are three categories to choose from and all contributors' names will be enshrined on the Memorial.

  Thank you in advance for helping to tell the often-neglected story of the contributions women played in protecting and advancing their rights in the workplace.
Share Your Union Story with the Department of Labor
The Department of Labor, led by Secretary Marty Walsh (LIUNA, pictured above right), plans to launch a new worker organizing resource center, and the department wants to hear our stories. The department is working to collect stories and good photos from union members as it prepares to launch the organizing center this summer. Use this form to share:

  • What made you decide to organize a union at your job?
  • How has having a union improved your life?
  • What does being part of a union mean to you and your family?
  • Is there anything else you’d like to share about your experience organizing a union?

Photos also can be emailed to
Photo Contest: Climate and Energy Jobs Through the Eyes of Union Members
Don’t miss your chance to enter the “Future Is Union: Climate Urgency Through the Eyes of Workers” photo contest. Submit a photo that shows what climate work means to you and win up to $500 from our allies at the Climate Jobs National Resource Center.
The contest is open to any union member who sees their work as a climate job—whether you’re driving or fixing electric buses, working on wind turbines, teaching students about the climate crisis, cleaning up after climate-related disasters, working on green buildings, installing solar, operating water systems or doing anything else that relates to climate change.
Click here to learn more and submit your photos by July 31.
Join the OCSEA Rally for Respect
OCSEA/AFSCME members and their supporters will gather on the Ohio Statehouse West Lawn on Friday, June 17 for a Rally for Respect. With growing concerns that the ultimate sacrifices of Ohio's public employees are being quickly forgotten as the pandemic shifts, OCSEA union members want to remind everyone: WE are still here and working hard for Ohio.
While Ohio's public employees take great pride in their work, they also are asking the administration and their employers: where's the respect we deserve and how do you plan to repay us for the sacrifices we and our families have endured? With the State coffers overflowing and American Rescue Plan funds available for frontline workers, where is the recognition of Ohio's State and public employees?
T-shirts, signs and buttons will be handed out at the event and petitions will be available to sign. OCSEA chapters are encouraged to hold sign-making events prior to the rally that allow attendees to make personalized signs that represent their personalized and worksite struggles during the pandemic. There will also be sign-making events organized by OCSEA Central Office. 
Click here to RSVP or contact the OCSEA Member Resource Center at for more information.
Ohio AFL-CIO Endorses Nan Whaley For Governor
This week, the Ohio AFL-CIO announced it's endorsement for Nan Whaley for Governor.
“We are proud to endorse Nan Whaley and Cheryl Stephens for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Ohio. Nan has a long history of fighting for working Ohioans, including working with millions of Ohioans to repeal SB 5 and restore collective bargaining rights. We are confident that she’ll continue to put the needs of working Ohioans at the center of all of her decisions as Governor,” said Ohio AFL-CIO President Tim Burga.
“The issue of workers’ rights is personal for me. Both my father and grandfather were union members and I owe where I am today to the American labor movement. That’s why I believe so strongly that all workers deserve the opportunity to join a union and that we must protect and strengthen the labor movement in Ohio and across the country. I’m honored to have the support of the Ohio AFL-CIO and know that, together, we’ll fight for every working Ohioan to earn a decent wage and retire with dignity,” said Democratic gubernatorial nominee Nan Whaley. 
As then head of the United Conference of Mayors, Nan also led the effort in uniting mayors from both political parties to support President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, which will help create an estimated 560,000 Ohio jobs over the next decade.
Frontline Workers at Equitas Health Take Steps to Form Union With OFT-AFT
Frontline employees at Equitas Health called on management to voluntarily recognize their union after they presented signed union cards from a supermajority of staff who work in related job categories. The proposed bargaining unit covers approximately 150 social workers, counselors, therapists, advocates, case managers, and other employees who work in Equitas Health offices across Ohio.
"We need a strong voice to keep reminding leadership of our mission and values,” said Ria D. Megnin, a mental health therapist at Equitas Health Dayton Medical Center. “Frontline workers know what's happening with our clients and what program changes are needed so we can all thrive. We know what it's like to lose our best coworkers to agencies offering competitive living wages and benefits, better facilities and training, and more support for advancement. Equitas Health needs a union to help us keep the compassionate, highly skilled, engaged staff we need in order to better serve our communities and meet our agency's goals." 
The signed union cards, indicating that employees are forming a union affiliated with the Ohio Federation of Teachers, were filed today with the Cincinnati regional office of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). If Equitas’ management and Board of Directors choose not to voluntarily recognize the clear decision made by their employees, a secret ballot union election will be scheduled by the NLRB.
“The frontline workers at Equitas Health are committed advocates for their clients and for the communities that they serve,” said Melissa Cropper, President of the Ohio Federation of Teachers. “They’re forming their union – and uniting with AFT’s 1.7 million members nationwide – because protections at work and a collective voice are powerful tools that can be employed to advocate for what their organization and clients need.”
J.D. Vance Doesn’t Want Ohio’s Working Families to Receive Tax Breaks
In an interview with Fox News, California Millionaire J.D. Vance called cutting taxes for middle-class families a “gimmick,” showing just how out-of-touch he is from the hardworking Ohioans who are struggling with rising costs.
It’s not the first time J.D. Vance has attacked tax cuts for working families. When asked about the Child Tax Credit in the American Rescue Plan that Congressman Tim Ryan and all Ohio Democrats voted in favor of, Vance said it only helps “on the surface.” The Child Tax Credit benefited 1.3 million Ohio families who received $300 per month per child that helped them put food on the table and pay for healthcare and childcare. 
These aren’t the only out-of-touch comments Vance is having to defend recently. Vance was caught downplaying the results of bad trade deals that have cost Ohio over 130,000 jobs. Vance said, “I think you can make a pretty good argument that it was not necessarily bad trade deals… You know, it’s not that we have this terrible trade deal with China.”
Meanwhile, Tim Ryan has been advancing a tax cut for working people along with actions to curb inflation.
In an interview with Fox News Digital, Ryan said it's important to prevent price-gouging but said the best thing the government can do is cut Americans' taxes. 
"We have to make sure that there isn't price gouging going on. I think there are companies out there that are making money on the backs of working people because they can. And I think we've got to be very aggressive," Ryan said. "But I think the most important thing right now is a major, significant tax cut for working people," Ryan added.
With President Biden and Labor United for Electric Vehicles, Ford Announces 6,200 New Union Jobs In Michigan, Ohio, And Missouri
The Ford Motor Company and the United Auto Workers union Wednesday announced plans to add more than 6,200 new manufacturing jobs in the Midwest. Ford is also planning to invest $3.7 billion in the region to prepare for the production of vehicles like the next-generation Mustang.
In addition to adding more jobs, Ford also announced that it will convert nearly 3,000 temporary UAW workers to permanent full-time status and will provide all hourly employees healthcare benefits on the first day of employment.
“This announcement is a testament to UAW members who contribute their skill, experience, and knowledge to the success of Ford Motor Company,” said UAW President Ray Curry. “We are always advocating to employers and legislators that union jobs are worth the investment. Ford stepped up to the plate by adding these jobs and converting 3,000 UAW members to permanent, full-time status with benefits.”
Additionally, as part of the announcement, Ford confirmed that the next-generation Mustang and Ranger will be built in Michigan. It also announced that the all-new electric commercial vehicle that will be built in Ohio will debut in the mid-2020s and that it will be increasing production of the F-150, following strong demand for the all-electric pickup.

5 Days Until Selection

5 Days until FIFA selects host cities for World Cup 2026. More than half of bid cities have no real plan to protect workers who will be delivering the 2026 World Cup. FIFA can fix this! Will FIFA commit to health and safety and #Dignity2026?
The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) had their Ohio Statewide Women’s Conference, on June 3-4, 2022. CLUW used this event to gather information about important issues that concern, impact and affect all women. The issues discussed along with our guest speakers and panelist are becoming the catalyst for creating an agenda to organize future efforts that will meet the needs of our union women. 
669 Golf Outing
It is time for Local Union 669, our contractors, and friends to play golf again, and it's my job to help raise money for a very worthy cause. We are once again collecting money for D.A.D.'s Day (Dollars Against Diabetes), a disease that we are all very familiar with.

We are offering a hole sponsorship for $150. Simply complete the information on the enclosed form and return it no later than July 16, 2022. If you prefer to make a monetary donation or donate a door prize, that would also be appreciated. Thank you in advance for your support.
If you plan to sponsor a hole and enter a foursome please make separate checks as the checks go directly to the charity and the golf course.

Please come out and join us for a great day of golf.

Edward Suiter

Local 669 Business Agent, District 30
Southern Ohio, West Virginia
PO Box 897 
Amelia, Oh 45102
Phone: (513) 340-5637
U.S Senator Sherrod Brown: Working For Working People!
RetireMed: Just for You! Your June Medicare Webinars + What's Trending
Are any of your team members considering early retirement or approaching Medicare eligibility? Our webinars are the perfect place to start preparing—whether it be for finding the right health coverage before Medicare or transitioning to Medicare, (even if working past age 65!) Join us live or on-demand for an overview of the basics and a chance to ask our experts questions.
Share this June Live Webinars Flyer with your team or sign up to join.
Thursday, June 16
12 p.m. (Noon) EST
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Collaborative Agreement Community Workshops
Education Opportunity
I know many of you care deeply about education issues, and so I wanted to share information on a great opportunity to join a network of education advocates and aspiring school board members who are working together throughout our community to build school systems where every child can thrive.

You can apply to the next School Board School class now through June 21st. I attached a flyer with more information, and you can also go to their next virtual info session on June 7 at noon.

To learn more, apply, or sign up for an info session, go to

Elisa Hoffman
Founder & Executive Director, School Board School
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Action Tank Presents: City Council Bootcamp - Year Three
City Council Bootcamp Is Back!

Attention Cincinnati and NKY's best and brightest!

City Council Bootcamp, Action Tank's flagship training program for potential candidates and advocates, is now accepting applications for its third year!

City Council Bootcamp is a free, nonpartisan, arts-driven program for engaged community members interested in running for local office and/or who want in-depth understanding of government systems and practices in order to advocate for positive change at the local level. This year’s Bootcamp will run from September 2022 - March 2023 and will give students an opportunity to network with other civic-minded residents as they learn how to effectively champion new, impactful policy changes that benefit all residents.
Complete the Hamilton County Broadband Survey!
Does your current broadband internet service in Hamilton County meet your current and future needs?

Can you stream movies, or have a Zoom meeting while someone is online gaming in the other room with no screen freeze or “spinning circle”?

Completing the Hamilton County Broadband Survey includes your voice in planning for future-ready broadband throughout Hamilton County. 

With funding available to expand and improve broadband services, now is the time to ask, “Is my internet service acceptable today – and for the next 20 years?”

If you’ve never had an internet connection problem, never mind; do nothing. Otherwise, click here to take the survey.
NAACP Block Party
It's Back! The Second Annual Community Outreach Block Party will be returning this summer on July 9, 2022!
Ohio River Paddlefest
We’ll See You in August!
Applications are Open for Ellequate’s August Community Cohort

Foster a diverse and inclusive workplace to attract and retain the best talent

We help people leaders like you—including HR professionals, executives, and DEI professionals across the country—invest in strategies that have been proven to work.

Ellequate is now actively recruiting courageous organizations for the August 2022 community cohort. Take our Readiness Assessment today to see how you can connect workplace policies and practices to employee experience, get customized action steps, and secure leadership buy-in. Celebrate your commitment to building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace and communicate to employees, job seekers, and key stakeholders that your organization is living its values and leading by example.
National Labor-Management Conference 2022
Join us at The National Labor-Management Conference, and learn the latest about essential bargaining techniques, hear critical updates on the labor and employment landscape, and gain valuable insights into new directions, technology, and trends in the changing world of work.

This is a can't miss event for 2022! You’ll leave inspired to be a change agent within your organization and empowered with the tools, insight, and information to make an impact.
COVID-19 Dashboard
Ohio Vaccination Dashboard

The COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard displays the most recent data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) regarding the number of individuals that have started and completed the COVID-19 vaccination series by various demographics and county of residence.

The COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard displays the most recent data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) regarding the number of individuals that have started and completed the COVID-19 vaccination series by various demographics and county of residence. “Vaccination started” indicates that the individual has received at least one valid dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The number listed as “vaccination completed” is a subset of the number included in “vaccination started,” indicating that those individuals within that group have received all recommended COVID-19 vaccine doses and are considered fully immunized. ODH is making COVID-19 data available for public review while also protecting privacy. This dashboard will be updated daily. Please see footnotes below for more details.

Ohio COVID-19 Dashboard

ODH is making COVID-19 data available for public review while also protecting patient privacy.

The State of Ohio COVID-19 Dashboard displays the most recent preliminary data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) about cases, hospitalizations and deaths in Ohio by selected demographics and county of residence. Data for cases and hospitalizations is reported to ODH via the Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS), and verified mortality data is reported via the Electronic Death Registration System (EDRS).
Current Trends
Below are the current reporting trends from Friday, June 3 for key indicators calculated from data reported to the Ohio Department of Health. These trends are updated daily and are presented by report date.
Below is a snapshot of key metrics pulled Friday, June 3, 2022 from daily data reporting to the Ohio Department of Health. These metrics are updated daily.
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