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Meet Popular Sign Language Interpreters from Gov. Mike DeWine’s Coronavirus News Conferences

It’s been more than nine months since the first coronavirus cases were reported in Ohio. And although orders, mandates and best practices continue to change, one thing has stayed constant: Gov. Mike DeWine’s news conferences and the team of sign language interpreters who share the screen.

Marla Berkowitz, Lena Smith and Christy Horne work together to bring the critical information shared during the news conferences to the deaf and hard of hearing audience using American Sign Language (ASL).