The long awaited haircut, style and spa appointments got a bit closer today as did dining other than carryout.
During his daily news conference Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine released the next dates for getting Ohio’s economy back on track.
Barbers, hair salons and day spas can reopen May 15th. Restaurants can also begin serving customers with outdoor dining on the 15th, then service indoors can resume May 21st.
Of course, as expected, there are many stipulations the businesses and consumers must adhere to. Click the links below for greater detail.
Meanwhile, Ohio’s total cases for COVID-19 is 22,131 with 4,140 persons hospitalized and 1,271 total deaths.
The Vinton County Health Department reported its ninth and tenth cases after lasting several weeks as the final of the state’s 88 counties without a positive case.
Ross County rose to 44 total cases with 445 patients being tested. Those numbers have remained a consistent 10% positive result since testing began. Chillicothe Correctional Institution had its first positive test among staffers in Thursday’s Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Corrections report.
COVID-19 NUMBERS:As of 2pmET Thursday, statewide total cases number 2is 22,131 with 4,140 persons hospitalized and 1,271 total deaths.
Cases by county in the Scioto Valley Region: Fairfield, 162; Fayette, 23; Highland, 11; Hocking, 20; Jackson, 7; Pickaway, 1,841; Pike, 4; Ross, 44; Scioto, 15; Vinton, 10.
LOCAL PRISONS: CCI: 4 inmates in isolation, 4 testing positive, 0 pending resultsRCI: None affectedPCI: 102 staff testing positive, 1 death, 56 recovered, 484 inmates testing positive (1,546 Tuesday’s report), 24 confirmed deaths, 12 pending results and 1,172 recovered (99 Tuesday’s report). See all the ODRC numbers here