(24/7 News) -- Governor Mike DeWine will announce his plan to begin opening up businesses across Ohio on Monday.
During Friday's coronavirus briefing, DeWine said the process will be a slow one, in order to make sure customers and employees remain safe during the ongoing pandemic.
The governor also said he must ensure the state has an adequate testing capacity, and the number of hospitalized patients continues to decline.
Lieutenant Governor Husted added that it won't be as easy as simply flipping a switch to restart the economy.
94 Country WKKJ will interview Ross County Health Commissioner Dr. Christopher Brown, Tuesday. Dr. Brown will elaborate on the governor’s Monday announcement to reopen some businesses in Ohio. The interview will be broadcast at 12 noon April 28th.