Ohio Issues Stay at Home Order Through April 6

By Scott P. Kadish

Ohio has issued a “Stay at Home” order that takes effect on Monday, March 23 at midnight and will continue through at least April 6. The order requires all Ohioans to stay at home except to:

The order is similar to those adopted by other states and uses the Department of Homeland Security list of essential business categories as the general list of what qualifies as an essential business. Click here to see a PDF of the full order. Click here to view a list of frequently asked questions about the order, which is also helpful.

Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton have provided exemplary leadership as we fight this pandemic. It is their guidance and prompt actions that make us confident we will get through this together. Please follow the order and stay safe.

Ulmer is an “Essential Business” and so we are open for business and working remotely to help limit the spread of the pandemic. The question of whether your business is an “Essential Business” implicates a specialized analysis of your particular circumstances. Please contact your Ulmer attorney for more information on how the order will be implemented and how it may affect your business.

To read recent Ulmer client alerts regarding developments surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, click here.