The Mayor of the City of Cleveland has signed an Amended Proclamation Of Civil Emergency requiring “mandatory masks for all individuals out in public spaces including businesses, restaurants etc.” The City of Cleveland order
also limits capacity “at any bar, restaurant, [or] entertainment venue” to half of normal allowable capacity, and fines businesses that “fail to facilitate social distancing” (see item below). Guests can be fined $25 and employees $50 for non-compliance.
The City of Cincinnati City Council approved a mandatory face coverings ordinance
by a vote of 7 to 2. The Cincinnati law requires face coverings “When entering, exiting, or waiting in an indoor line to enter a place of business that is open to the public, and while inside place of business in the areas within the place of business that are accessible to, and are intended for the use of, the public.” Violators could be fined $25.00.
Yellow Springs, Ohio
Nearby Yellow Springs passed a resolution
on June 15 requiring mask wearing, physical distancing and frequent hand-washing, but the village is not enforcing violations. The resolution does not have the same impact as a proposed ordinance which the village did not approve. The Council President called the measure a “formal statement about our expectations in the village” that requires “self-compliance.”
Grandview Heights, Ohio
Grandview Heights Mayor Greta Kearns amended an emergency proclamation
Friday to require adults to wear face coverings when going inside businesses or other indoor public areas.
Hilliard, Ohio - Article - Order to Come
Upper Arlington, Ohio
Worthington, Ohio - Article - Order to Come
Frequently asked questions about the stay at home order - Spanish
The CARES Act - What You Need to Know
Key provisions that businesses should be aware of within the CARES Act. Provided courtesy of OHLA Allied Member WVC Rubix Cloud.
Masks in the Workplace FAQs