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Articles About DeWine briefings
Ohio’s stay-at-home restrictions have been lifted, but Ohioans are asked to exercise “personal responsibility and accountability to others” to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Last Thursday, Ohio restaurants and bars got the go-ahead from Gov. Mike DeWine to resume outdoor dining on Friday, May 15. Indoor dining is permitted to restart the following week, on Thursday, May 21.
Child care centers, day camps, campgrounds, gyms and fitness centers, pools and certain sports leagues were among the upcoming reopenings announced on May 14.
Restaurants, bars and some personal care services will reopen soon, DeWine announced on May 7. Meanwhile, the state lags its testing capacity plan and controversy over face masks and executive health powers is intensifying.
Ohio’s stay-at-home order expired on May 1. That morning, Gov. Mike DeWine announced a new order, called Stay Safe Ohio, to replace the previous directive that Ohioans shelter in place in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced a new Stay Safe Ohio order on May 1, loosening previous “stay-at-home” restrictions while also urging Ohioans to continue social distancing.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced a phased restart of the Ohio economy at his Monday, April 27, briefing, the first specifics offered after an earlier announcement that Ohio would begin to reopen May 1.
The full plan will be released over the coming weeks, state officials said.
Ohio’s K-12 schools will remain closed and teaching continue remotely until the end of the school year, Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Monday, April 20.
May 1 will be a “new phase” in the state of Ohio’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said at his daily briefing on Thursday, April 16.