Columbus, Ohio – Gov. Mike DeWine will update the public on the state’s response on Tuesday afternoon to the outbreak of COVID-19, likely to announce new actions aimed at relieving pressure on hospitals.
On Monday, DeWine told reporters he wished the state’s hospitals were worried about employees struggling with it as employees are getting COVID-19 during the latest wave.
He said there is no expectation that an announcement will be made about the closure of bars, restaurants and gyms – the decision will come on Thursday.
Watch the briefing below at 2pm
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