CUYAHOGA COUNTY, Ohio — *Editor’s Notice: The video within the participant above initially aired on November 19, 2020.
As Cuyahoga County continues to battle the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, officers have introduced that it’ll proceed taking a big measure aimed toward slowing the virus’ unfold.
On Friday, the Cuyahoga County Board of Well being introduced the county’s stay-at-home advisory will likely be prolonged till Jan. 31, 2021
The choice comes because the area continues to see a “fast rise of COVID-19 circumstances and hospitalizations.”
Initially issued on Nov. 18, Cuyahoga County’s stay-at-home order asks all Cuyahoga County residents to remain residence and keep away from heading out for pointless journeys. Those that stay inside the county are strongly suggested to not host friends of their residence and likewise keep away from touring outdoors of the state.
Church buildings, banquet amenities and rental halls are additionally required “to proceed to implement all virus transmission prevention protocols and are suggested to restrict the variety of people in attendance to make sure secure distancing in any respect common companies, receptions and occasions similar to weddings or funerals.”
Non-public gatherings — each indoor and outside — are restricted to not more than 10 people.