Millions of Americans moved during the coronavirus pandemic, and one analysis says Ohio was among the top relocation destinations.
The Buckeye State ranked fourth in the nation in migration growth last year, and Springfield, Huber Heights and Miamisburg were among the state’s “leading growth” cities, according to data from U-Haul, the moving-truck rental company.
Due to COVID-19, some people decided to relocate for safety or financial reasons or to be closer to family.
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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.
Written by Cornelius Frolik.
Originally published January 27, 2021.