Ohio’s Stay-At-Home Order Extended

The DeWine administration has extended Ohio’s stay-at-home order to 11:59 p.m. May 29, 2020. The new order has major exceptions, including for people to shop, exercise outside and go to work. The order allows certain businesses to open, provided they follow recommended workplace safety precautions.

Today, May 1, non-essential medical procedures at hospitals that do not require an overnight stay are allowed to resume, as are dental and veterinary visits. On Monday, May 4, construction, manufacturing and distribution operations can resume, and offices can re-open. On May 12, non-essential retail stores can re-open. Schools, bars and restaurants, appearance and beauty enterprises, child care, entertainment, and gyms must remain closed. 5/1/2020