Gov. Mike DeWine has announced that Ohio will end its COVID-19 emergency declaration today, June 18, as cases and hospitalizations continue to decline.
The OMA’s general counsel, Bricker & Eckler, has prepared this memo to summarize what the end of the emergency means for manufacturers.
In short, while many of the state orders that impacted manufacturers — such as masking requirements — were rescinded earlier this month, today’s move could affect manufacturers in some narrow aspects such as government procurement. (Read the memo for details.)