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National Guard reports for duty at Defense Supply Center Columbus
Members of the Ohio National Guard reported for duty at the Defense Supply Center Columbus Jan. 6 to aid the state’s hospitals during the current surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has authorized the activation of 2,300 members since mid-December to provide clinical and non-clinical medical support across the state. In Central Ohio, guard members will assist at several local hospitals and COVID-19 testing sites.