Update: The Ohio Department of Health and the governor's office have extended the Stay at Home Order and Essential Business Order through May 1st, per Thursday, April 2nd's update from the statehouse.
There are a few changes to the guidelines in the order. You can visit the state's coronavirus website for more informaiton.
Governor Mike DeWine announced that Dr. Amy Acton will be signing a Stay at Home Order for the State of Ohio in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order will go into effect Monday, March 22nd at 11:59pm and stay in effect until April 6th.
The order can be enforcted by local health departments and local law enforcement, although the Governor stressed that the goal is not to see a bunch of people arrested.
Ohioans will be allowed to leave their house for, as the Governor describes, "common sense" reasons. These include leaving for health and saftey, necessary supplies and services, outdoor activities, to take care of others, and more. For the full list, and other information regarding the order and the latest on COVID-19 coronavirus in Ohio, click here.