Even the sharpest critics of the health orders and mandates endorsed by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, many of which have been in effect for a full year, will have to I think give our governor credit for the work he’s done spearheading a Coronavirus vaccination effort that is regarded as one of the most successful in the country. While our relatives in many other states are still having to travel many miles to get a vaccine, well over 1,000 vaccination clinics are now in operation in Ohio. The promise from Ohio Health Department officials is that by March 29th, any Ohioan over the age of 16 who wants a coronavirus vaccine will be able to get one. By all accounts that is a tremendous accomplishment in a vaccination effort that’s only been underway in our state for a few weeks. I suspect in the coming weeks the focus of health department public information campaigns will be shifting from vaccine availability information to an effort to convince Ohioans who’ve decided they don’t want to roll up their sleeves to get vaccinated, and those who are still on the fence about the issue, to do it. That’s the way I see it.