The State of Ohio’s curfew of 10pm to 5am is now being based on COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced this week that if after seven consecutive days that hospitalizations are below 3500, then the curfew will be changed to 11pm to 5am.
If the number is below 3000, then the hours will be midnight to 5am.
Hospitalizations of 2500 or below would mean the lifting of curfew.
If COVID related hospitalizations begin to rise after the curfew has been modified, the Ohio Department of Health may reinstate curfew safety measures.