COLUMBUS, Ohio — Gov. Mike DeWine’s workplace has confirmed to our sister station WBNS 10TV that Ohio’s curfew can be shortened after a seventh straight day of COVID-19 hospitalizations beneath 3,500.
Beginning Thursday, the statewide curfew can be in impact from 11 p.m. to five a.m.
Subsequently, ought to Ohio handle to stay beneath 3,000 hospitalizations for seven straight days, its curfew will then be pushed again to 12 a.m. for a two-week interval. After that, if Ohio can maintain its hospitalizations underneath 2,500 for seven consecutive days, the curfew can be lifted altogether.
Gov. DeWine first introduced Ohio’s curfew on Nov. 17, 2020 amid hypothesis he may enact a enterprise shutdown much like the one the state skilled within the spring. The curfew requires companies deemed “non-essential” to be closed between 10 p.m.-5 a.m. and for residents, with some exceptions, to stay of their houses or place of residence throughout that point interval.
The unique order might be learn right here.