November 3rd is election day, and it will be nothing like any election anyone has experienced due to COVID-19. In addition to proper identification, voters will also need masks and to remain socially distant. Donna Skoda is the commissioner of the Summit County Health Department, and she joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the latest in the fight against the pandemic. Though face shields can be effective, those who wear them will also have to don a cloth mask, according to Skoda, and she also urges listeners to wash their masks every day. Skoda also mentioned the local, national, and international spread of the coronavirus, the upcoming cold months and being stuck inside, and the first round of flu reports.