Labor Council

Special Juneteenth Edition
On June 19, we commemorate the official freeing of the last enslaved Black people in the United States. This is a day of profound meaning to Black workers, as it should be to all working people who cherish and defend the freedom to live our own lives, speak with our own voices and enjoy the fruits of our labor. Juneteenth reminds us that we are independent of those who hire us, who seek to control us and who view us as objects with costs instead of as human beings with inherent dignity and worth. 
Saturday, June 18, 2022
This Week With AFL-CIO President, Liz Shuler
We need to be the hub for young worker empowerment. And I am so thrilled to announce the official launch of Young Organizers Rising.

Through this new initiative, we are putting a stake in the ground when it comes to young worker activism. And we are ensuring this once in a generation moment of worker uprising and union organizing results in the economy that young workers deserve.

We’re going to lead the future by developing the leaders of the future. I can’t wait to see what we all have to learn from each other and from them.
We’re here in Philadelphia to talk about our future as a movement. And so much of what the future looks like is going to depend on what we do between now and Nov. 8, Election Day—and on what we do between now and Nov. 5, 2024.

Elections have consequences, and they turn on the choices we make about mobilizing, organizing, getting out the vote.

The conversations we have are how we drown out the Big Lie, and break down the barriers and find common ground in our lives. These conversations are going to lead to a stronger democracy in our workplaces and at the ballot box.
Organizing is our top priority. We have to capture the momentum that is building across the country.

The Center for Transformational Organizing will be at the heart of our strategy to create the future on our terms. The path forward runs right through the labor movement.

It’s about results. And results are what the AFL-CIO is organizing to win.
Civil rights are workers’ rights. Together, we’re building a labor movement that focuses on equality for everyone, no matter your race or background.

America’s union members are taking the lead in the worldwide struggle for fairness and justice on the job. And now more than ever, we are working collectively with our union sisters, brothers and siblings in every part of the world to embrace the challenges and opportunities of our global economy.

As I welcome delegates and guests to the AFL-CIO Convention, I see the excitement in their faces and I sense their eagerness to create a brighter future. We will shape that brighter future together as one. This is just the beginning.
June 18, 2022

Middletown First Annual Juneteenth Parade.
9-11:30 a.m.
Douglass Park (free carnival rides for kids, live entertainment and fireworks. family fun
(From Verity Parkway and ends at Lafayette Ave,)
Flag Raising & Resolution
10 a.m.
(City Hall, 4645 Montgomery Road)

Juneteenth Panel Discussion
11 a.m.-noon
Sponsored by Findlay Market and Black is Excellence
community leaders and business owners discuss the history and importance of Juneteenth. Live jazz music by the Ron Jones Quintet at Jane’s
(Findlay Market. - 109 W. Elder St., Over-the-Rhine)
157th Juneteenth Independence Day
11 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Free health screenings (breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, diabetes and blood pressure), free food from Dada Smokes, Kona Ice and more. Free and open to the public. Preregistration required for health screenings.
(Lincoln Grant Scholar House, 834 Greenup St.)

12-9 p.m. 
two stages of live music, supervised children's play area, shopping, art, history reenactments, health screenings, food
(Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams)

Paint & Sip, Juneteenth Edition
Register for $40 at
1-3 p.m.
a guided painting project with a Juneteenth-inspired soundtrack. Includes wine (ages 21-up) and refreshments.
(Recreation Center, 2039 Sherman Ave.)

Second annual Juneteenth Outdoor Craft Festival
2-7 p.m. 
Presented by Esoteric Brewing and Cincinnati Music Accelerator live music, craft beer, art, food trucks, street vendors and a kids zone.
(McMillan St., Walnut Hills)

Young Black Genius Juneteenth Free Block Party
2-6 p.m., 
food, live performances and music, speakers, live demonstrations and games. Jobs, Sports, Leadership opportunities presented by The Cincinnati Young Entrepreneurs
(Ziegler Park, 1322 Sycamore St., Pendleton)

Juneteenth Block Party
2-6 p.m. 
Free family event
               (Ziegler Park, 1322 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine)

Juneteenth Pool Party
5-8 p.m.
Music from DJ Stank.
(Waterworks - 2701 Harris Ave.)
35th Annual Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council Golf Tournament Prize Winners
The 35th Annual Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council Golf Tournament was a huge, sold out success! We cannot thank our foursomes, hole sponsors, and volunteers enough!!!

Below is a list of winners from our raffle who did not claim their prize at the outing. Please contact Ashley Schleicher, Executive Assistant at or 513-421-1846 ext. 2 to arrange getting your prize.

Johnetta Creach
Kiernan Cagle
Brian Froehle
Taylor Crothers
Tom Dickerson
Letter Carrier/USPS Job Fairs
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.
Liz Shuler, Fred Redmond Elected To Lead AFL-CIO
The AFL-CIO Convention delegates today elected Liz Shuler to serve as president of the federation of 57 unions and 12.5 million members. Shuler is the first woman to hold the office in the history of the labor federation. Delegates also elected Fred Redmond to serve as secretary-treasurer, the first African American to hold the office.
“We are going to amplify the voices of working people—their hopes, struggles, and demands. This is more than a comeback story," said President Shuler. "This is a new story, yet to be told. A story we will write, on our terms, to be written by every one of us. A new era for all working people across this country.  And generations from now, they’ll tell the story of how we succeeded, together, in solidarity.”
In her acceptance speech, Shuler delivered a call to action to organize, innovate and reshape the labor movement to meet the moment that the country is in as it continues to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. Shuler also announced the AFL-CIO’s moonshot to organize and activate 1 million workers throughout all 50 states to participate in the electoral process. 
Redmond echoed Shuler’s remarks stating, “We will keep fighting until every worker in this country has the chance to have a good, union job. Everybody in, nobody out. And we’re going to fix our labor laws and make that a reality. I know what the labor movement does. It brings the marginalized in from the margins. It brings respect to the disrespected. It lets people come together and collectively bargain for their own future.”
Strength Through Inclusivity: Union Members and Our Allies Gather for Unity Summit
The AFL-CIO Unity Summit convened on Saturday morning to plan for the future of America’s labor movement, with inclusivity at the heart of our work. Panels of union members led discussions on promoting racial justice, organizing young workers, combating voter suppression and organizing communities of color. AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer/Executive Vice President Fred Redmond and his office planned this preconvention event.
Rev. Terry Melvin (CSEA-AFSCME), president of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) and co-chair of the AFL-CIO Task Force on Racial Justice, spoke about the protests that followed the murder of George Floyd two years ago. He described how the labor movement is uniquely positioned to lead the fight for racial equity and heal the deep wounds of racism. “I am from Buffalo, New York, and our community is still suffering,” Melvin said of the racially motivated mass shooting at a Tops grocery store in May. “But what I was so heartened by,” he said, was that labor came together, reached out and asked, “How can we help you?”
AFL-CIO Global Organizing Symposium Brings Union Leaders Together from Across the World
Hundreds of union activists from around the world came together for the AFL-CIO Global Organizing Symposium. Attendees discussed a range of actions, such as organizing workers in the platform economy, fostering a just transition to clean energy, promoting racial and gender equity, and protecting democracy.

AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer/Executive Vice President Fred Redmond spoke at the panel discussion about unions on the front lines of democracy.
“Unions are often the bellwether of a democracy,” said AFL-CIO International Director Cathy Feingold. “As an increasing number of workers and their families feel that their democracy is no longer responsive to their needs, the role of unions in defending and protecting democracy has never been more important.”
Newest Generation of Union Members Leading the Movement
Young workers are the future of our labor movement. At an organizing action session on Saturday afternoon, three young organizers shared the lessons they’ve learned from being on the front lines organizing more young people into the movement. Haylee Hilton (pictured above right), the field director for the Minnesota AFL-CIO, recommended that we use a ladder of engagement and avoid union jargon when talking to young workers.
“How do you find the space in rooms to get more young workers at the table and continue to tackle internal organizational hurdles at the same time?,” asked Bricklayers (BAC) President Timothy Driscoll (not pictured). Hilton responded, “If there isn’t a seat at the table, you make one. This means making sure everything you’re doing is through an accessibility lens.”
Labor Leaders and Union Members Pay Tribute to Our Champion, Brother Richard Trumka
Richard Trumka was president of the 12.5 million-member AFL-CIO from 2009 until his passing on Aug. 5, 2021. An outspoken advocate for economic and social justice, he was the nation’s clearest voice on the critical need to ensure that all workers have a good job and the power to determine our wages and working conditions.
Union members assembled on Saturday evening for an event to honor the life of Brother Trumka. Rich Trumka Jr. (pictured above), President Joe Biden, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh (LIUNA), House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, International Trade Union Confederation General Secretary Sharan Burrow, Mine Workers (UMWA) President Cecil Roberts and AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler spoke movingly about his love of family and his lasting legacy to the labor movement.
‘Make the Most of This Opportunity,’ Labor Secretary Declares
Our union brother, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh (LIUNA), delivered a call to action at our convention on Monday. He shared his story of growing up in a union family in Boston, and how the values he learned as a child inspired the work he’s doing as America’s secretary
of labor.
Now, for the first time in a long time, there’s wind at your back,” Walsh told the convention. “You have the highest level of union worker interest in our lifetime. You have, in Washington, the most pro-labor administration committing to help. You have a chance to write the next chapter of the labor movement: America’s journey to economic justice.”
Union Organizers Show Labor Movement’s Power at Work
Organizing is essential to our movement, and it couldn’t happen without committed organizers in every sector across the country. Organizers for the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union-UFCW (RWDSU-UFCW), UNITE HERE, American Federation of Teachers (AFT), Association
of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA), the Machinists (IAM), National Nurses United (NNU), AFSCME and the UAW spoke about their fight for a voice on the job.
“I’m a machinist at heart, and fighting is what machinists do!” said Flex McGhee, who shared his story of organizing with the IAM at Delta Air Lines. “We need to have these conversations with our coworkers so that they understand that the best title any of us can have is ‘dues-paying member in good standing.’”
Watch: How Building Tradeswomen Are Clearing the Way
Women in the building trades are leading the charge and creating change at work. Three trailblazing tradeswomen took to the Unity Stage on Sunday to share their stories.
Vicki O’Leary (pictured above, second from left), general organizer for safety and diversity at the Ironworkers, said being a tradeswoman can be summed up in one word: empowerment.

My whole career, I’ve been empowered to take care of my family, I’ve been empowered to buy my own home,” she explained. “We’re doing it. We’re standing up in a man’s world and showing them that maybe it’s not so much a man’s world anymore.”
Build an ‘Economy That Works for Working People’
“It’s good to be home,” President Biden began, as he took the stage at the AFL-CIO Convention.
He heralded labor’s fight to transform our economy, including winning passage of the American Rescue Plan and the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. “The infrastructure law is about more than rebuilding our infrastructure, it’s about rebuilding the middle class,” Biden said. Delegates rose in applause as he called on Congress to pass the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, which will allow more workers to have a voice on the job.

Biden also spoke about what his administration is doing to blunt the economic impact of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, which has caused gas and food prices to skyrocket in recent months. “When we work to bring down gas and food prices, we can save families’ money on other items,” he explained. “We can change the dynamic for working-class families” by expanding affordable child care and capping the price of insulin.
“We can do all this. All I’m asking is the largest corporations and wealthiest Americans to begin to pay their fair share of taxes,” he said. Biden pointed out that the tax rate on America’s workers is much higher than the effective tax rate on greedy corporations and billionaires.
And while anti-union senators propose to sunset Social Security and Medicare, and undermine the Affordable Care Act’s protection for people with pre-existing conditions, Biden made clear that he and the labor movement will always stand in their way. “We’re not going back to the false promise of trickle-down economics. We’re going forward.”
“We’re counting on you again to build this country for all of us,” the president told the assembled delegates. “I promise you, I’m going to keep fighting for you. Are you prepared to fight with me?”
The answer from workers in the hall was unanimous and in one collective voice: “Yes!”
Secretary-Treasurer Redmond Calls on Labor Movement to Save and Heal Democracy
On Tuesday, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Fred Redmond introduced professor Timothy Snyder, who gave our convention a teaching on how to fight and win against tyranny’s encroachment on democracy. Redmond asked us to learn from our history.
“This country’s founding fathers looked to ancient Greece and Rome for instructions on how to form a democracy,” he said, “and we must once again look to the past to save it.”
We Cannot Be Silent; We Cannot Be Still,’ Abrams Proclaims
Our opponents have waged an all-out assault on voting rights in Georgia, making it harder for working people to vote, and especially making it harder for Black and Brown workers to vote. Pro-labor Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’ opponents are desperate to restrict the vote, but her campaign is fighting back—and our movement is right beside her in the fight for democracy.
“There are those who believe that the answer is protest and others who believe that the answer is voting. I believe in protesting at the ballot box,” Abrams said. “We can meet this moment, and we can make this moment ours. But we’ve got to believe we have the right to be.”
Secretary-Treasurer Fred Redmond Unveils Partnership to Shape America’s Future Workforce
AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Fred Redmond announced a new initiative for America’s labor movement to join forces with the Chris Gardner Foundation and deliver our world-class training programs at high schools in underserved communities around the country.
“The goal is to have a four-year pre-apprenticeship program for high school students,” Redmond explained. “This is what the labor movement is supposed to be doing at this time.”
The partnership will bring together members of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), SAG-AFTRA, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) and our building trades unions.
Young Workers Are the Future of Our Movement
Young workers overwhelmingly approve of the labor movement, and they want to be members of our unions. Across the country, in every industry, young workers are planting the seeds of worker power that will grow for years to come.
Rachel Gitlevich (pictured above, second from right), a young animation worker, was part of a successful campaign to form a union with The Animation Guild-IATSE Local 839. “Since organizing, immediately we started seeing change,” she said with a smile. “We now feel
empowered to take our working conditions into our own hands….It’s amazing.”
Watch: Four Days of Solidarity
That’s a wrap in Philadelphia! Thank you all for joining us and for those following along at home. Together, let’s create a worker-driven future worth fighting for.
Voices of the Movement with Cecilia Valdez
Meet Cecilia Valdez (pictured above, center), vice chair of the Pima Area Labor Federation and a 44-year member of Communications Workers of America (CWA) Local 7026 in Tucson, Arizona.
“We need to make sure that the people we’re trying to organize into the labor movement aren’t afraid of the repercussions because they are undocumented,” Valdez said of immigrant workers. “Everyone is entitled to be a union member if they want a union.”
For Sister Valdez, this convention has been an opportunity to “engage and re-energize.” And when she goes back home, she plans to implement some of the things she learned at the workshop on organizing women in the building trades.
Voices of the Movement: Jeannette Bradshaw
Meet delegate Jeannette Bradshaw, secretary-treasurer of the Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO and recording secretary of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 58. She reflected on the historic election of Liz Shuler and Fred Redmond to lead the AFL-CIO as our officers.
“We want program, we want action, we want messaging, we want to be out in our communities and talking to our members and making an impact,” Bradshaw said of her central labor council.
She also serves on the Michigan Board of State Canvassers, which is responsible for certifying statewide election results, including the certification of President Biden’s 2020 victory in the battleground state. The labor movement’s role in defending democracy is “100% key and vital,” and Bradshaw is organizing union members to be part of the elections process.
Voices of the Movement: Chelsie Glaubitz Gabiou
Meet delegate Chelsie Glaubitz Gabiou (UFCW), president of the Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation.
“What we’re seeing in our communities right now is unprecedented,” she said Sunday night. “The opportunities are limitless. We need to come together, especially with the vision that Liz Shuler outlined tonight around one goal to grow.”
Glaubitz Gabiou said the need for growth has crystallized, and she plans to “plant the seeds” of union growth in Minneapolis for years to come.
CWA Secures Groundbreaking Labor Neutrality Agreement with Microsoft
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) and Microsoft announced on Monday they have entered into a labor neutrality agreement. The landmark agreement will apply at video game company Activision Blizzard after Microsoft’s acquisition closes, and it reflects a fundamental belief by both organizations that enabling workers to freely and fairly make a choice
about union representation will benefit Microsoft and its employees, and create opportunities for innovation in the gaming sector.
“This agreement provides a pathway for Activision Blizzard workers to exercise their democratic rights to organize and collectively bargain,” said CWA President Chris Shelton. “Microsoft’s binding commitments will give employees a seat at the table and ensure that the acquisition of Activision Blizzard benefits the company’s workers and the broader video game labor market.”
Quality assurance workers (pictured above) at Activision Blizzard subsidiary Raven Software recently
voted to form a union with CWA, and the agreement with Microsoft opens the door for many more video game workers to join them.
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AFL-CIO Sports Council to Be the Voice of Union Athletes
With more and more professional athletes joining together in unions, our labor movement is founding the AFL-CIO Sports Council. AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler announced the formation of the new council, which will strengthen union athletes across the sports industry.
Founding members of the Sports Council include NFL Players Association (NFLPA), United Football Players Association-USW, NWSL Players Association (NWSLPA), USWNT Players Association (USWNTPA) and USL Players Association-CWA (USLPA-CWA).
“We love the sport that we play, but the issues that our members face are universal ones,” said NWSLPA Executive Director Meghann Burke. “As we come together to form the new AFL-CIO Sports Council, our capacity to win justice on the field for players, and to act
in solidarity with workers off the field, will only increase.”
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.
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!
Please join Cincinnati Women’s Political Caucus for our Annual Meeting and Endorsement Meeting on Wednesday, June 29th at 7 pm.   This year, we have a large number of women candidates to interview, so please come and let's have a great turnout to meet them. REMEMBER, there are no off year elections when it comes to women’s and human rights.

We will begin with our Annual Meeting to elect Officers and Board Members for CWPC. We will then have the opportunity to meet and question the candidates who responded to our Questionnaire.  If anyone is interested in being an Officer or Board member, or if there are any women candidates who have not yet received our questionnaire, please contact Barbara Myers at 513-313-7970.

Everyone is welcome to come, listen, and question the candidates. However, only CWPC members may vote on endorsements. New and renewing members may join at the meeting.
Date: Wednesday June 29, 2022
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: Ellen Hall Room, First Unitarian Church, Linton & Reading
Cost: FREE
Refreshments will be served

 For more information call Barbara Myers at 513-313-7970.
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.

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 17 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 17, 2022 from daily data reporting to the Ohio Department of Health. These metrics are updated daily.
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