What you can and can’t do under Ohio’s three-week COVID-19 curfew
Starting Thursday, Ohioans are under a curfew – with exceptions.
A forthcoming state health order requires Ohioans to stay at home between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. But there are several exceptions for work, medical care, to get supplies and emergencies.
The goal is to cut down on social gatherings – in bars and in homes – that anecdotally are causing some of the spread.
The order hasn’t been released yet, but here’s what we know based on Gov. Mike DeWine’s Tuesday briefing.
When does the curfew take effect?