As of presstime, these are the data on the coronavirus’ spread in Ohio and Wood and Lucas counties.
Perrysburg Messenger Journal
In wake of the COVID-19 and the governor’s stay-athome order, the Perrysburg Township trustees met in special session March 25 to discuss measures implemented by each department and take action on time off for those who contract the virus.
A bill approved March 25 in the Ohio House of Representatives offers a solutions to many problems caused by the COVID-19 shut down of most of daily life.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted thanked President Donald Trump and Commissioner Stephen Hahn, M.D. of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Sunday for the full approval of the use of new technology to sterilize desperately-needed surgical masks in Ohio and other parts of the United States.
“The city’s top priority is the safety and well-being of its residents,” said Mayor Tom Mackin. “We are taking the governor’s mandated order to stay at home very seriously. He has declared all public playgrounds closed during this public health emergency, and we are following this order. By closing the playgrounds and all park recreation courts and equipment, the city is ensuring steps are being taken to minimize the spread of the coronavirus. We appreciate everyone's cooperation and patience as we work together to keep each other safe.”