(Cleveland) - It's only an advisory, but the City of Cleveland, and Cuyahoga County are asking people to try to slow down the spread of COVID-19. The city and the county on Wednesday issued a stay-at-home advisory ty try to slow the spread.
The announcement was made in a joint virtual news briefing on Facebook Live featuring Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish.
The county's advisory is in effect through December 17. Mayor Jackson is adding his into his civil emergency proclamation, which runs through December 31.
Both leaders are asking us to stay at home whenever possible, but it is not a stay-at-home order.
Cuyahoga County Health Commissioner Terry Allan, who also took part in the briefing, said this is necessary, as the positivity rate for COVID-19 in the county is now up to 15%.
(Photo from Facebook Live video)
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