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; dental offices and veterinary clinics; 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; outside service only at restaurants and bars (plus carryout)

May 21: Inside service at restaurants and bars (plus carryout), campgrounds

May 22: Horse racing without spectators (not casinos)

What’s coming:

May 26: Miniature golf; batting cages; bowling alleys; gyms; fitness centers; BMV; public pools (not amusement or waterparks) and non-contact sports

May 31: Childcare and day camps

June 1: Catering and banquet halls, with crowd size limited to 300

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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