Ohioans are suggested to stay dwelling apart from crucial journeys.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A journey advisory continues to be in impact for individuals coming into Ohio from different states with testing charges of 15% or larger for COVID-19.
The advice is that folks self-quarantine for 14 days after coming to Ohio from a type of states. The checklist is being up to date weekly.
Based on the Ohio Division of Well being, the Buckeye State’s positivity for COVID-19 stays above 15%. The ODH recommends that Ohioans stay dwelling apart from crucial journeys.
As of January 13, different states at 15% or larger are: Idaho, Alabama, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Kansas, Tennessee, Arkansas, Utah, Oklahoma, Texas, Kentucky, Missouri, Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Arizona and Nevada.
Gov. Mike DeWine says individuals ought to self-quarantine at dwelling in or a lodge. This is applicable to guests in addition to individuals who reside in Ohio getting back from trip or enterprise journey. The governor has stated that that whereas the advisory is not an order, it is really helpful that it’s adopted.
Earlier this week, Gov. DeWine additionally talked about that these Cleveland Browns followers from Ohio going to Missouri to observe Sunday’s AFC Divisional Playoff recreation are being suggested to quarantine for 2 weeks upon their return from Kansas Metropolis.
“This is the fact: We’re on our personal checklist and so are they (Missouri),” stated DeWine, referring to the journey advisory for states with coronavirus positivity charges of 15% or larger. “So it’s essential to watch out whether or not you are in Ohio or touring on the market.”
Ohio Division of Well being Chief Medical Officer Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff agreed. “While you journey, we’re stepping exterior of our common patterns of conduct and getting into environments which are unfamiliar to us,” he stated. “After they (followers) come again into Ohio, will probably be vital for them to be accountable, take a two week interval to stick to quarantine steering.”
The state of Ohio reported 6,701 new circumstances COVID-19 within the final 24 hours with 79 new deaths and 288 new hospitalizations.
Editor’s Observe: The beneath video aired on January 12, 2021