• The state announced on April 29 that when Ohio hits 50 or fewer new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents during the next two weeks, all coronavirus health orders, including a statewide mask mandate, will be lifted.
  • The Governor combined all COVID-19 orders into one on April 5, in which the following priorities are required: wearing masks, maintaining distance, washing hands, and spending more time outside rather than inside. Indoor gatherings are still restricted to 25%.
  • On February 11, the state removed the statewide curfew of 11 p.m., allowing bar and restaurant owners to stay open as late as desired. These establishments may allow up to 300 people for service, and the maximum party size allowed is 10 people. The state plans to soon allow restaurants to offer indoor service at 25% and outdoor service at 30% capacity.
  • As of January 28, the state relaxed the nightly curfew from 10 p.m. until 11 p.m. This order will remain in effect until February 11.
  • The Governor extended a statewide curfew until January 23. Citizens must stay in their homes from 10 p.m. and 5 a.m with exceptions such as going to work, grocery stores, or other emergencies or essentials. Restaurants can offer table service indoors, with restrictions. Restaurants and bars are banned from selling alcohol after 10 p.m. These orders were extended for a second time through January 23.
  • Citizens statewide are required to wear face coverings when inside a location that is not a residence, when using public transportation, or when outside if a 6-foot distance between non-household members cannot be maintained.