CLEVELAND — With vaccination rates rising and cases of COVID-19 falling, Northeast Ohio is about to reopen, and America will witness some of the people and places making it happen.
In a multi-part series next week, 3News' "GO!" and NBC’s TODAY Show will tell the stories of how Cleveland aims to get life back on track. Al Roker, who worked at WKYC Studios in the late 1970s and early '80s, will broadcast live from Cleveland this coming Monday morning. Throughout that time, Roker will showcase places such as Karamu House, the Rock Hall and will shine a light on one restaurant making a difference in the lives of others.
The “GO!” team will reveal how popular venues such as Playhouse Square and Cedar Point plan to reopen. For those whose love life got derailed by the pandemic, find out how others are looking for love amidst a pandemic. Plus, our own Leon Bibb and Roker take an emotional and funny trip down memory lane, reliving their days working together at WKYC Studios.
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Don’t miss "Reopening Cleveland" all next week starting at 6 a.m. on "GO!" followed by "TODAY" at 7 a.m., only on 3.