COVID-19 Responsible Restart Ohio
On April 27 ,2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine released his “COVID-19 Responsible Restart Ohio” plan, a plan for re-opening businesses and operations during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most importantly, this plan focuses on COVID-19 prevention measures to be implemented along with the responsible restart for Ohio businesses, healthcare systems, manufacturing, and other operations. Not all businesses are included in the plan, as some businesses will not be able to re-open until the risk of COVID-19 spread reduces. Below includes Governor DeWine’s plan, which begins in May 2020.
COVID-19 Restart Guiding Principles
Responsible Protocols for all Businesses
Where can I get guidance for re-opening my business or operation?
What should I do if my employee is positive for COVID-19?
Where can I read the Ohio Public Health Orders currently in effect?
How can I report a complaint of a business, employer, or facility that is not compliant to the Public Health Orders?
How do I get help with Re-opening Planning in Ross County?
Ross County Health District staff are available to answer questions about re-opening requirements, plans, and state guidance. Call the Environmental Health Division 740-775-1158 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Our staff are available to help guide you and your business or operation to a safe restart to help control spread of COVID-19.