Businesses face new restrictions under extended “stay at home” order

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WDTN) – Ohio’s “stay at home” order has been extended through May 1 with new rules for some businesses staying open.

The new order, which goes into effect Monday night, requires retail businesses to limit the number of people inside at a time, and that limit must be decided by each store, state officials announced at a news conference Thursday.

The businesses must make sure people waiting outside are practicing social distancing, Gov. Mike DeWine said.

Patriots plane ferries 1M critical masks from China to U.S.

BOSTON (AP) — The New England Patriots team plane has returned to Boston from China carrying most of an order of 1 million masks critical to fighting to control the spread of the coronavirus.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday he secured the N95 masks but needed help getting them. The Wall Street Journal reported team owner Robert Kraft offered to help.


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