Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine confirmed today that the state’s stay-at-home order, which was set to expire May 1, will be extended with certain exceptions.
“So, the decision has been made, I made the decision to have the stay-at-home order still in effect,” DeWine said.
The governor said people can certainly continue to go to the grocery store, they can meet with their own family in a home, they can take walks, and “they can do a number of different things.”
“The social distancing is really the key to about everything, and people just keeping that distance. And that’s what we need to continue to do as we move to get back to work,” DeWine added.