What’s open, what’s not


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Gov. Mike DeWine has approved the gradual reopening of businesses in the state, provided they follow CDC guidelines to protect against the spread of the coronavirus.

What’s open:

May 1: Elective medical procedures and surgeries (medically justified and without the need for an overnight stay)

May 1: Dental offices and veterinary clinics

May 1: Retail, limited to curbside pickup, delivery or by appointment

May 4: Manufacturing, distribution and construction businesses

May 4: General offices

May 12: Retail stores and consumer and services businesses

May 15: Personal appearance/beauty services including hair salons, day spas, nail salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, massage therapy locations, tattoo parlors and body piercing locations, outside service only at restaurants and bars (plus carryout)

What’s coming:

May 21: Inside service at restaurants and bars (plus carryout), campgrounds and horse racing without spectators (not casinos)

May 26: Gyms, fitness centers, BMV, public pools (not amusement or waterparks) and non-contact sports

May 31: Childcare and day camps

Still up in the air:

• Adult day support or vocational habilitation services (congregant setting)

• Amusement parks

• Casinos

• Movie theaters

• Museums

• Older-adult day care services and senior centers

• Schools

• Zoos

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