On Thursday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted revealed a number of dates in which certain businesses in the state will be allowed to reopen amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
What follows is a running list of when each industry in Ohio has been given permission to reopen with safety precautions in place and a list of businesses still waiting for a date.
Any businesses deemed "essential," including grocery stores, hardware stores and pharmacies.
- Expanded elective hospital services that don't require an overnight stay
- Office buildings
- Outdoor dining at bars and restaurants
- Personal services, including hair salons, barbershops, day spas, tattoos, nails, piercings and massages
Schedule to reopen
- Indoor dining at bars and restaurants
- Horseracing (No spectators)
- Gyms and fitness centers
- BMV locations
- Low contact or no contact sports
- Child care centers
- Day camps
Still awaiting a reopening date
- Movie theaters
- Casinos and racinos
- Zoos and aquariums
- Amusement parks
- Water parks
- Mass gatherings, including sporting events and concerts