Restaurants, Bars, Hair Salons and Barbershops Among Those Included in May 7, 2020 Order
On Monday, April 27, 2020, Ohio Governor DeWine announced Ohio's plan for nonessential business to return to normal operations. While Ohio's Stay at Home Order remains in place and gatherings of 10 people or more are generally not permitted, the Governor announced that certain businesses can open on the following timetable:
On Thursday, April 2, 2020, Governor DeWine announced an Amended "Stay at Home" Order issued by Ohio Health Director Amy Acton, MD, MPH (the "Amended Order"). The Amended Order extends the original Order's two-week restrictions on the ability of individuals in Ohio to leave their residences, this time through May 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM.
Ohio Governor Mike Dewine issued an Executive Order (Order 2020-08D) on April 1, 2020 requesting that landlords and lenders to small businesses provide rent and payment relief to their tenants/customers. Governor DeWine's order is here.
On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Governor DeWine announced a new "Stay at Home Order" issued by Ohio Health Director Amy Acton, MD, MPH (the "Order"). In addition to severely restricting the ability of individuals in Ohio to leave their residences for two weeks, the Order contains specific and dramatic instructions to Ohio employers on managing their workforces. The employment-related restriction in the Order includes numerous exceptions. Below are details concerning the Order and its impact on essentially all private businesses in the state.