Yesterday, the Governor announced that Ohio’s Stay-At-Home Order has been extended through May 1, 2020.
Like most of the United States, we know that these are truly difficult and challenging times. Medical experts are saying that while we have not yet reached the peak of this pandemic event, the efforts we’re making to avoid standing near others is very important, and it is already making a difference.
While Logan County’s number of positive cases remain relatively low, we are still treating this as the “calm before the storm”.
All city departments are in operation maintaining essential services to our community. Our frontline associates include paramedics, firefighters, and police officers. Additionally, we are thankful for our community’s doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers for their dedication to the task at hand.
We ask for your patience and understanding during this critical phase of the spread COVID-19. Please reach out to our most vulnerable citizens to assist them. Continue to sanitize your hands, your work spaces and help others to appreciate the reasons that we keep a safe distance. These efforts ARE saving lives. Let’s help one another and all be a part of the solution. We will get through this TOGETHER! Thank you! #ohiostrong #shoplocal
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