Ohio Issues Face Covering Order for Cuyahoga County
Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Heath have issued an order effective Wednesday at 6pm that mandates people in RED ALERT LEVEL 3 or PURPLE ALERT LEVEL 4 Counties wear masks when in indoor locations that are not a residence. Cuyahoga County is currently at a Red Alert Level 3.

Masks are also required when people are outdoors and cannot maintain proper social distance of six feet from others outside of their household.
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Masks are required in the red and purple alert level counties when riding or driving public transportation or ride-sharing vehicles. These orders will stay in effect as long as these counties are in a red (level 3) or purple (level 4) level.

The order does not apply to children under the age of 10, or any minor who cannot safely wear a mask. People whose doctors advise them not to wear masks are also exempted. If someone is working alone in their office or workspace, the order does not apply. People communicating with the hearing impaired are also exempted.
Mask on. Game on: Contact Sports Allowed through July 15th
The Ohio Department of Health issued an order allowing non-contact and contact competitions to resume for all sports for teams that agree to all guidelines, including:
➡ Testing of all players, coaches, athletic trainers, support staff, and officials before travel and competition.
➡ Daily symptom assessments.
➡ Athletic trainers must wear a face covering while attending to a player.
➡ Coaches and officials are strongly recommended to wear a face covering, when possible.
➡ Strict social distancing by players who are not actively engaged in practice or competition.
➡ Immediate isolation and medical care for a participant who develops symptoms.
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