Good afternoon, all.
The Governor issued a curfew for Ohioans during his press conference this afternoon. The 21-day curfew begins this Thursday, November 19, 2020, and requires Ohioans to be at home between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. Travel to and from work, grocery shopping, and travel for emergencies are permitted. The official order outlining this curfew is not yet published.
Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes signed an additional health order this week. The order, which went into effect this morning, prohibits dancing and self-serve buffets/bars at wedding receptions, funerals, and other banquet hall events. The order also requires attendees to wear masks at all times, unless they are actively eating or drinking. To read the order prohibiting mass gatherings, CLICK HERE.
If you wish to read the complete order mandating masks in retail establishments, please CLICK HERE.
UPDATED SIGNAGE: To print the NEW sign with the maximum occupancy requirement CLICK HERE*Helpful hint: To determine your maximum occupancy, divide the square footage of your retail sales floor by 113. The resulting number is the maximum occupancy for your business.
Please also remember to mark your check-out lines with six-foot distance markers to ensure social distancing.
After review of the order, if you still have questions, please call the office. I am happy to help you navigate.
Wishing you all a great evening-