Ohio governor extends "stay at home" order

Published: Apr. 2, 2020 at 2:25 PM EDT
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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has extended the state's "stay at home" order to May 1.

There are some changes, including the establishment of a panel to resolve differences between counties on business restrictions and a requirement for businesses to report the number of people-for social distancing purposes-who can be in their establishments.

The stay-at-home order had been set to expire on Monday.