As the state of Ohio begins to reopen, Governor DeWine is also loosening other aspects of the Stay Safe Ohio order. These changes include a lift on quarantines for interstate travelers. As of May 19th, the state is lifting the restriction that all travelers crossing the state line in to Ohio must self-quarantine.
However, unnecessary travel within or outside of Ohio is not encouraged. In addition, those who have tested positive for COVID-19 and have not recovered, those who are presumptively diagnosed with COVID-19, and those who are exhibiting the symptoms identified in the screening guidance available from the CDC and the Ohio Department of Health, remain prohibited from entering the state of Ohio unless they are doing so under medical orders for purposes of medical care, are being transported by emergency medical services EMS, are driving or being driven directly to a medical provider for the purposes of initial care, or are a permanent resident of Ohio.
To view the full press release from May 19th, click here.