LCCC Prepared – COVID-19 Information
In a time of so much change and uncertainty, it’s important to reflect on the kindness, dedication and resilience we see in our community every day. These are some of the stories of our own hometown heroes.
A Salute to our Healthcare Workers and First Responders
LCCC Instructor Goes Extra Mile to Give Students Tools to Adapt Music Courses for Remote Learning
In the News
Steady SAILS during the pandemic – Community College Daily
LCCC staff and faculty step up with 3D printing of plastic face shields – ClevelAugust 29, 2020 – Cases/Deaths and Controlling Outbreaksand.com
Local nurse volunteers in NYC field hospital for COVID-19 patients – WKYC Channel 3
Lorain County Community College steps up in the battle against Covid-19 – Cleveland 19 News
Read the letter of thanks and encouragement from the Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital to local educators
Lorain County Community College preps the post-COVID 19 workforce - Crain's Cleveland Business
LCCC donates 22,000 PPE items to four hospitals - Cleveland.com
We're LCCC Proud of paramedic instructor AJ Gray!
Ohioans helping with coronavirus in New York: ‘The city is scared and the people here are doing their best to survive’ - Akron Beacon Journal
Video Updates from LCCC Virus Expert Dr. Harry Kestler
LCCC’s own Dr. Harry Kestler keeps us informed about the coronavirus and how we can all work together to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Prior to his position at LCCC, Kestler held faculty positions at the Lerner Medical College of the Cleveland Clinic and the department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Harvard Medical School.
November 2, 2020 – Reopening vs. Reversing and the Third Wave
October 16, 2020 – The Rural Wave and Therapeutic Update
October 2, 2020 – Third Wave and Herd Immunity
Do you have a question for Dr. Kestler?
Share your questions using the link below. Dr. Kestler will respond questions from our students and community in future videos.
Share Your Coronavirus Questions, Stories, Ideas and Acts of Kindness
We are here to help you navigate these changes. Please share your questions or concerns below and we will be in touch soon.
We would also love to hear about and share the stories of the everyday heroes who are rising up to help others in this challenging time. Please share those stories below.
More Stories About LCCC’s Hometown Heroes
A Family on the Frontline: Hometown Hero Rebecca Sullivan
Read the Story: A Family on the Frontline: Hometown Hero Rebecca Sullivan
Volunteers Turn LCCC Theatre Costume Fabric in to Face Masks
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How one North Ridgeville firefighter and Paramedic finds Silver Lining amid the COVID-19 Crisis