OHIO – Ohio Stay at home order was Extended by Gov. Dewine on April 30, less than 24 hours before the original orders cancelled, now the orders in place are until May 29.
Most of the original orders will stay in place, with the exceptions of some business and operations will be able to open. Buinsesses that are allowed to open must conform to social distancing requirements as defined in the order.
To read the new orders click here:https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/publicorders/Directors-Stay-Safe-Ohio-Order.pdf