Ohio's Curfew Ends Thursday
Effective tonight, Ohio's curfew has been lifted. Gov. Mike DeWine announced a 21-day curfew in November, which has been extended. The order originally required people to go home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless they were working, seeking medical care or getting food. The order was later modified to allow people to stay out to 11 p.m. before going home.
In addition, DeWine also announced today that self-service stations at restaurants and bars would re-open as long certain safety guidelines are met such as social distancing and wearing masks. This also applies to banquet and catering facilities and services.