Overall health officials with Franklin County and Columbus have resolved to prolong their stay-at-home advisories. This arrives immediately after Gov. Mike DeWine said extended the statewide curfew for one more 7 days.
In a put together statement, Columbus Wellness Commissioner Dr. Mysheika Roberts and said Franklin County Well being Commissioner Joe Mazzola claimed the keep-at-property advisory will be prolonged right until Feb. 6, 2021.
Citizens are recommended to continue to continue to be at house to the biggest extent probable, per the advisory, and to only go away house to go to get the job done or faculty or for crucial wants.
Franklin County stays at Inform Level 3 (“Purple”) in accordance to the state’s Public Overall health Advisory map. On Thursday, it turned the very first county to achieve 100,000 scenarios.
“Our situation numbers have been moving in the ideal route, but they continue to be quite superior,” mentioned Dr. Roberts. “While we operate to vaccinate and shield the general public in the coming months, we should keep on what we are performing to sustain this downward trend and make confident it keeps transferring in the correct course.”
Commissioner Mazzola mentioned the up coming two months are yet another prospect to sluggish the unfold as a result of mask-carrying, social distancing, and hand washing.
Gov. DeWine prolonged the statewide 10 p.m. curfew for a different week ending on Jan. 30.