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2020-03-25 OH Gov. DeWine on COVID-19

Wednesday, March 25


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Tuesday, March 24


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Monday, March 23


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Last Updated: 03/25/20 (Updated daily at 2 p.m.) - 


New orders/actions/measures



The Governor thanked the General Assembly for their efforts today to pass pandemic relief measures – the Ohio Senate voted this morning and the House is meeting now to act on House Bill 197.  The new measures include:



In addition to the standard data reported above, Dr. Acton added some new data points including


The Lt. Governor noted that the Dept. of Transportation is working to ensure that Commercial Drivers License regulations are being reviewed to ensure that CDL holders can continue to work and move goods.  He once again re-iterated that businesses just need to read the stay at home order to understand who is an essential business – the state will not respond directly to individual businesses as to whether they qualify.  Lt. Governor Husted again said:



He also stressed that the safe workforce protocols of the order will likely be in place for a long time after the stay at home order ends in order to ensure that workplaces remain safe.


First Lady DeWine joined the press conference again to speak to families about how to move through this time at home.  She continues to post recipes on her Facebook page for people to try at home.  The First Lady also encouraged families to sign up for the Governor's Imagination Library, noting that about 4,000 new families have joined the program since her last appearance. 


Note: For an archive of all COVID-19 related First Alerts from Calfee, which are separate from these emails and focused on specific business topics, please visit the Calfee COVID-19 Resource Center:


Other items of note



Key websites – New resources in red


General state updates -

Closure order FAQ -

Unemployment compensation -

Mental health resources -

Ohio benefits application -

SharedWork Ohio -

Support resources for adults -

Find your local health district -

Job openings -

COVID-19 checklists - 

Business resources -

Banking pandemic resources and relief programs - 

Pandemic child care center information - 



Maryellen K. Corbett

Attorney at Law





Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP

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