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LIVE: Ohio Gov. DeWine gives update on COVID-19, states response – WLWT Cincinnati

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is extending the statewide curfew for another three weeks. The 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew that was set to expire this Saturday will remain in place through Jan. 23. “This is because we don’t yet know what effect the holidays may have on our hospitals and health care systems, so we must continue to be cautious,” DeWine said Wednesday. The guidance for the curfew remains the same. Businesses across the area are asked to close their doors to customers. However, carryout and delivery options may remain open.There are several exceptions, the governor said, adding that it does not apply to those who need to be at work, those who have an emergency or those in need of medical care. Individuals are permitted to pick up groceries or carryout meals.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is extending the statewide curfew for another three weeks.

The 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew that was set to expire this Saturday will remain in place through Jan. 23.

“This is because we don’t yet know what effect the holidays may have on our hospitals and health care systems, so we must continue to be cautious,” DeWine said Wednesday.

The guidance for the curfew remains the same.

Businesses across the area are asked to close their doors to customers. However, carryout and delivery options may remain open.

There are several exceptions, the governor said, adding that it does not apply to those who need to be at work, those who have an emergency or those in need of medical care. Individuals are permitted to pick up groceries or carryout meals.

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