April 28, 2020

Ohio’s Guidelines for Reopening The State

Ohio’s Guidelines for Reopening The State

Reopening Ohio

Yesterday Governor Mike DeWine had a press conference to discuss reopening the state.

On May 4, manufacturing, distribution and construction operations will be allowed to resume with strict safety instructions in place. That same day, general offices can resume operations, but DeWine strongly emphasized that those who can work from home are encouraged to continue doing so.

On May 12, consumer retail and services can resume as long as facial coverings are worn by employees — with customers strongly urged to do the same.

No decision has been made yet, DeWine said, on the timetable for reopening restaurants, bars, barbershops, hair salons and day care. Also on the list of places that remain closed for now are gyms, movie theaters, casinos as well as other services and recreational sites that bring people together in close settings. School buildings already have been ordered to stay closed for the remainder of the academic year.

Akron Pride Festival Cancelled

The Akron Pride Festival and Equality March will not take place this summer in line with other city events canceled because of coronavirus concerns.

The group said plans are underway for the 2021 festival.

 

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Tracers Will Track Virus

If you get the virus you will work with "tracers" who will call anyone you've come in contact with to get them tested. We are testing many more people. This will help control the spread of the virus.

 

Summit Count Library Furloughs 339

Employees

Check out hoopladigital.com for ebooks and audiobooks that tie into the library system. There is also the Libby app (through overdirve.com ) that allows you to check out digital media.

 

Six New Symptoms of COVID-19

Chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and a loss of taste or smell.

Metro Bus Requires Masks

Summit County’s bus system said Monday that customers and employees must wear face masks beginning Wednesday to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.Face coverings “are mandatory for Metro employees and passengers,” Metro said in a news release.

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