The state’s Stay at Home order has been extended until May 1st. The announcement was made Thursday during Gov. Mike DeWine’s daily press conference. The measure, which officially takes effect on Monday, requires retail stores to limit the amount of shoppers at any one time and that travelers coming to Ohio self-quarantine for 14 days. It also mandates that all wedding receptions be limited to no more than 10 people. Additionally, all camp grounds, public swimming pools and day camps for kids will be closed, while all organized sports, youth and adult, are now prohibited.
More details about the new Stay at Home order can be found online at coronavirus.ohio.gov.