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 Unacast.com, 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.
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.