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C|M|LAW Student Journals

All three of C|M|LAW’s student journals have published issues this year and are available in the university’s institutional repository Engaged Scholarship.

Cleveland State Law Review dates back to 1952 and is consistently one of the most downloaded series in Engaged Scholarship each month. CSLR typically publishes four issues per year.

The current issue of the Journal of Law and Health includes the article A History of United States Cannabis Law by David Patton, which has already been downloaded more than 1,100 times since being posted two months ago.

Global Business Law Review recently published an issue that contains the full transcript from the journal’s 2020 Symposium, titled Returning to the Moon: Legal Challenges as Humanity Begins to Settle the Solar System. The transcript includes an introduction by professor Mark Sundahl about NASA’s Artemis Program and the basics of Space Law.

Ohio’s COVID Vaccine Provider Website Up and Running

The Ohio Department of Health has a new website of vaccine providers available for the public.

This tool shows providers throughout Ohio that have received shipments of COVID-19 vaccines for those currently eligible to be vaccinated. As more vaccine providers receive shipments, they will be added to this page. Search by county or ZIP code to see a list of providers near you and specific info about their websites and contact information. You will need to contact each provider separately as there is not a uniform statewide system.

This week, those 70 years of age or older are eligible and starting next week, those over 65 can get the vaccine.

Community/Organization Information on CDC COVID-19 Website

CDC LogoThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Coronavirus (COVID-19) website includes information pages designed to meet the needs of particular communities and organizations.  For example, the Colleges and Universities page provides information for Administrators, Faculty, Staff, and Students – Toolkit for Colleges and Universities, Testing for COVID-19, Case Investigation and Contact Tracing, Cleaning and Disinfecting, Guidance for Shared or Congregate Housing, Toolkit for Ages 18-24, Guidance for Those Living in Close Quarters, Using Transportation, Stress and Coping for Teens and Young Adults, and much more.  Other community/organization tailored pages include Workplaces and Businesses, Retirement Communities, and Tribal Communities.

Health Policy Institute of Ohio Issues Analysis of COVID-19 Effects on Ohio

A recent analysis issued by the Health Policy Institute of Ohio shows that COVID-19 is now the seconding-leading cause of death for Ohioans when compared to previous yearly data for the weeks of December.

Additional analysis shows that in comparison to 2019 data, COVID-19 is the fourth-leading cause of death for Ohioans of African-American descent in 2020.

New Vaccine Information on Ohio Government COVID-19 Website

image hand injecting vaccine into covid cellThe state government of Ohio has added significant vaccine information to its COVID-19 website.  Resources are organized and easily accessible via the COVID-19 Vaccination Program and  Vaccination Dashboard pages.  The Vaccination Program page includes information on Phase 1A distribution to Congregate Care and Healthcare Providers, Ohio’s full Phased Approach for vaccination, fact sheets on the Emergency Use Authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, FAQs on COVID-19 vaccines, and links to vaccine information on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.  The Vaccination Dashboard page provides “the most recent data reported to the Ohio Department of Health regarding the number of individuals that have started and completed the COVID-19 vaccination series by various demographics and county of residence.”  You can display data statewide or by county   “Key Metrics” are Age Group, Ethnicity, Race, and Sex.  For information on all of the state government of Ohio activities and resources, see its COVID-19 website.