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Life has changed in Ohio: Here are the sweeping orders & bans issued by Gov. Mike DeWine due to coronavirus

'This is a matter of life and death. We have to do this to save lives.' - Gov. Mike DeWine

OHIO, USA — Day-to-day life has changed for all of us.

Schools have been ordered to close.

Restaurants and bars are only operating on a carryout basis.

Many employers are now instructing their staff to work from home.

This is the new reality for Ohio.

Sweeping changes by Gov. Mike DeWine have halted our lives in an unprecedented way.

Below is a look at how the coronavirus situation has rapidly evolved in Ohio and the actions ordered by Gov. DeWine...

MARCH 10, 2020

  • With one confirmed case of coronavirus in the state, Gov. DeWine recommends Ohio's colleges and universities begin online learning. He also suggests no spectators for indoor sporting events.

MARCH 12, 2020

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MARCH 23, 2020

Gov. DeWine issued a stay-at-home order for all Ohioians.

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