Coronavirus: Ohio gets an ‘A’ in social distancing from website keeping scoreboard

Ohio gets an ‘A’ in social distancing

Gov. DeWine made national headlines over the last couple of weeks, for taking drastic measures amid the Coronavirus pandemic before the majority of other states-- and it's paying off.

Ohio has earned itself a grade 'A' in social distancing from, a website tracking the GPS travel data of citizens in states and counties across the country.

While Indiana and Kentucky both get a ‘B,’ the Buckeye State is excelling in this new world, with a 40% decrease in average travel.

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Here in the Miami Valley, Greene ,Darke, Champaign, Miami, Mercer, and Logan counties received an ‘A,’ while Montgomery and Shelby earned a ‘B.’ Our remaining counties received rankings between ‘C’ and ‘F.’

Alaska and Washington D.C. topped the list as states, with Montana and Wyoming getting the worst scores.

Check out the scoreboard for yourself here.