Ohio Enters ‘Stay at Home’ Period, More Businesses Closed

COLUMBUS, Ohio (News Talk 140 WHBC) – It’s the first day of Ohio’s stay-at-home directive on Tuesday.

All non-essential businesses as defined in the health director’s order were to shut down at midnight Monday night.

Governor Mike DeWine refined that a bit Monday by saying that companies that ‘produce’ an essential item can also stay open.

He says he has been consulting with law enforcement on the order.