OHIO – Dewine’s topic today was talking about his promised May 1st goal of rolling back some orders and opening Ohio back up from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Dewine said when questioned about just completely opening up the county he said that opening up slowly is a controlled environment and we can gauge whats happening.
“We are starting on a pathway to get people working, we are going to aim for less risk as first. Businesses will still have to perform best practices recommended by CDC.”
Dewine says they will not open up quickly or it could be possible that we could see a spike in cases and could set Ohio backwards.
But, with all that being said, we are not ready for the entire healthcare system to turn back on again. We’re working on our plan to identify the steps we must take to move forward with healthcare.
— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) April 23, 2020
“It’s imperative that as we start back, we do it carefully. It’s also imperative that we do it in the best way possible from a medical point of view and from the point of view of trying to protect employees and trying to protect any customers who might come into a retail business.”