Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has made another order today in regards to the coronavirus outbreak as he announced during his briefing on Mar. 16.
He has issued an order to have “gyms, fitness centers, recreation centers, bowling alleys, indoor water parks, movie theaters, and trampoline parks across the state” all close indefinitely.
Gov. DeWine has also made more announcements as WKYC 3News Cleveland reports:
Additionally, DeWine has changed the restriction on mass gatherings from 100 people to 50 people. He has also recommended that the state delay in-person voting for Tuesday’s Ohio Primary until June 2 and will file a lawsuit in an effort to make it happen.
Here is a tweet below on what additional places are being closed in Ohio:
As for the current amount of COVID-19 cases in Ohio, there are 50 that have been found to be positive, with 14 of them currently hospitalized. The youngest patient is 14-years-old, with the oldest at the age of 86.
The latest rounds of closings comes after Gov. DeWine ordered all of the restaurants and bars to close down immediately, and switch to take out and delivery only.
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Three Cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 Confirmed in Cuyahoga County Ohio
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Director Dr. Acton announces Ohio’s first three positive cases of #COVID19 with @GovMikeDeWine and @LtGovHusted. The three positive cases are all in Cuyahoga County. Continue to follow our social media pages and visit https://t.co/vg4tN6d7vM for updates. pic.twitter.com/4bpygr0mn7— Ohio Dept of Health (@OHdeptofhealth) March 9, 2020
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This afternoon we learned that three Ohioans have tested positive for #COVID19. It's important for us to take aggressive action to protect Ohioans, and therefore, I have declared a state of emergency in #Ohio.— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) March 9, 2020
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5. Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson weighs in...5 of 7
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A call center to answer questions regarding #COVID19 is now open. The call center will be open 7 days a week from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. and can be reached at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634). #COVID19OhioReady pic.twitter.com/EPwotO9d2s— Ohio Dept of Health (@OHdeptofhealth) March 7, 2020
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