CLEVELAND, Ohio — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is calling an end to the coronavirus pandemic in Ohio. You can listen online here. The governor today is lifting the state of emergency that originated March 9, 2020, as well as the last visitation orders related to nursing homes and assisted living facilities. The order comes as cases and deaths related to the coronavirus continue to decline in Ohio. Meanwhile, there are still plenty of incentive programs for Ohio residents to get the vaccine, including free food and passes to a shooting range. In Cuyahoga County, County Executive Armond Budish is giving $3.4 million to University Hospitals from the county’s opioid settlement with drug-maker Johnson & Johnson, but he won’t say why.