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'A downpour of difficulties': Food insecurity soars in Ohio

The number of Ohioans skipping a meal or uncertain if they’ll have enough food for their family has nearly doubled since the coronavirus outbreak hit the state.Food insecurity rates have reached 23%, in Ohio, up from about 14% a few months ago, according to the Census Household Pulse Survey.Meanwhile, more than 350,000 Ohio families received free food from a pantry, school meal program or elsewhere like a neighbor in the past week, according to the survey. The new […]
Source: The Daily Jeff – News from Camberidge OH

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