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Ohio cancels state fair to prevent the spread of coronavirus

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Ohioans will have to wait until 2021 for butter cows, deep-fried everything and larger-than-life swine: the Ohio State Fair is canceled this year. The Ohio Expositions Commission announced Thursday that it would cancel the fair, originally scheduled for July 29 through Aug. 9 in Columbus. “Members of the commission expressed concern for public health, as well as the financial feasibility of hosting a fair that would adhere to social distancing protocols and its impact on the long-term viability…
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News video: State Fair To Discuss Whether To Hold 2020 Edition

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The State Fair board of managers tell us they will be meeting tomorrow to discuss this year's fair, Liz Collin reports (0:39). WCCO 4 News At Noon - May 21, 2020

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