(Cleveland) - Ohio Governor Mike DeWine visited Cleveland Wednesday as part of a six-city tour encouraging people to take action on COVID-`19.
During his stop at Burke Lakefront Airport, the governor said if each of us cuts down on the number of physical contacts we have with other people, and if we wear a mask, we can deal with this.
The governor has already announced a statewide curfew that takes effect Thursday night from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. the next day, for three weeks. Retail businesses, unless they are a grocery store or pharmacy, are to be closed during those hours. Restaurants will be allowed to have only take-out or delivery service. Health officals are hoping that people will stay home.
(Photo courtesy Ohio Governor's Office)
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