COLUMBUS, OH - By the end of May, about 95% of the Ohio economy will be open. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Tweeted this week saying “the true success of this phase depends on the individual and collective response”.
The Governor says COVID-19 is becoming one of the leading causes of death in Ohio. Preliminary research indicates that as of May 19th (2020) more than 90,000 people in the United States, including 1,657 Ohioans, have died with COVID-19. DeWine says these numbers continue to increase daily.
Govern DeWine also issued an Urgent Health Advisory to Ohioans, saying his team is now moving from orders to strong recommendations. He said this is a new phase in our battle against #COVID19, and the coronavirus is not gone, and the new phase is about learning to live with this virus.
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