Governor Dewine Adds Restrictions to Extended Stay At Home Order


(24/7 News) -- Governor Mike DeWine says he is extending Ohio's statewide stay-at-home order until May 1st. 

DeWine announced the extension yesterday with new limits for how many people businesses may allow inside their stores at a time. Essential companies must now determine and enforce a maximum number of customers permitted at one time and ensure those who enter maintain safe social distancing. 

DeWine's order also says wedding receptions are limited to no more than ten people in attendance, campgrounds must close to all but permanent residents, and all swimming pools except for private residential pools are closed. 


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