The state of Ohio has extended its stay-at-home order for all non essential workers and businesses until May 1, Gov. Mike DeWine said during a news conference.
The previous order was set to expire on Monday, DeWine said.
Anyone coming into the state has been asked to quarantine for 14 days. Exceptions can be made based on locations and work schedules, according to DeWine.
Additional provisions in the new order include a dispute resolution panel, stores establishing new occupancy numbers to account for social distancing and stores creating lines for social distancing, DeWine said.
The dispute resolution panel is for cases where similar businesses are being treated differently in different health districts. There are 113 health districts in the state, DeWine said.
The state will not be regulating weddings or funerals and will be leaving "it up to people's good judgment," DeWine said. Receptions have to follow rules, not more than 10 people coming together.
State parks will remain open — but they could be closed if people don't stick to social distancing guidelines, DeWine said.