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Clampco Notice 4-3-20

As you may know, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, and Dr. Amy Acton, Director of the Ohio Department of Health singed an amended Stay and Home Order, extending the original order from 4/6/20 to 5/1/20.

The same guidelines apply as in the first official order in that Clampco:

  • Identifies as an essential business, and
  • We will operate safely and practice/enforce social distancing during this time

Other than the new date in which the order is set to expire, the following changes were made. This list was taken from the website:

  • Ohio schools remain closed at this time.
  • The creation of a dispute resolution process for situations where two local health departments have come to a different conclusion on what is or is not an essential business.
  • The requirement that essential businesses determine and enforce a maximum number of customers allowed in a store at one time. These businesses must ensure that people waiting to enter the stores maintain safe social distancing.
  • Direction that travelers arriving to Ohio should self-quarantine for 14 days. Exceptions include persons who live and work in trans-border areas, heath care workers, public health workers, public safety workers, transportation workers and designated essential workers. Visitors are instructed not to travel to Ohio if they are displaying symptoms, excepting in certain circumstances for medical care.
  • The mandate that wedding receptions be limited to no more than 10 people.
  • A clarification to close campgrounds with the exception where a camper or recreational vehicle in a campground serves as a citizen's permanent residence and they are unable to secure safe alternative housing.
  • The requirement that public swimming pools and swimming pools at private clubs or housing complexes close to prevent transmission of COVID-19. This does not apply to private residential pools.
  • The clarification that retail garden centers can remain open but should determine and enforce a reduced capacity to keep customers and employees safe.
  • The closure of day camps for children.
  • The prohibition of organized youth and adult sports.
  • The clarification that fishing is permitted if proper social distancing is practiced



We are currently watching the CDC, Ohio Department of Health and Medina County Health Department recommendations regarding the use of facemasks at this time.