Statt-us Update 3/26/20 Today’s Headlines & More

Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.

Reds fans to celebrate #OpeningDayAtHome

Fans are encouraged to wear red on Thursday, March 26 and join the Reds and Major League Baseball for a special “Opening Day At Home” celebration.

Reds Country is known for throwing the best Opening Day celebration in baseball for more than 100 years, and we will continue that tradition this year as well.

Put on your favorite Reds gear and share photos, videos and Opening Day memories on social media by tagging them with #OpeningDayAtHome and #RedsCountry for everyone to enjoy.

Plus, tune in at 1 p.m. ET to catch a replay of the Reds’ dramatic 2019 Opening Day win on FOX Sports Ohio, and @Reds on Twitter and Facebook.

As we all continue to follow the proper precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy during these unprecedented times, we still have the opportunity to celebrate one of the aspects of our lives that brings us together – Reds baseball!

Changes for Ohio’s Daycares Begin Today: What You Need To Know

Officials: Kentuckian Went On Spring Break, Returned With Coronavirus

Kentucky doctor: If you went on spring break, assume you have coronavirus and isolate

A Kentuckian went to Florida for spring break and came back with COVID-19.

That’s what Gov. Andy Beshear confirmed during Wednesday’s coronavirus update. He and other officials are urging Kentuckians not to go on vacation for spring break as COVID-19 continues to spread.

Dr. Steven Stack, public health commissioner, bluntly said this to those who already have: “If you went on spring break, assume you have (coronavirus) and self isolate.”

As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, Florida has 1583 confirmed cases.

Stimulus Package Is Passed 

Yesterday, the Senate approved a historic, $2 trillion stimulus package to provide a jolt to an economy reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, capping days of intense negotiations that produced one of the most expensive and far-reaching measures Congress has ever considered. In a remarkable sign of overwhelming bipartisan support for the legislation, the vote was unanimous at 96-0.

Teen Starts ‘Zoom Food Deliver’ to Help High Risk People

Harvard Study Shows How Tri-State Could Run Out Of Hospital Beds

Divorce Rate Among Quarantined Couples Is Skyrocketing

Divorce filings are skyrocketing from quarantine-weary and financially stressed couples, according to top matrimonial attorneys, who are experiencing a 50 percent rise in inquiries from potential clients.

Making matters worse, dramatic sways in the financial markets will further spur a wave of wealthy divorces, because richer spouses may decide they want out while their net worth dips — potentially helping them avoid larger settlements, legal experts say.

Paige Johnson Remains Found Nearly 10 Years After Disappearance