City And County Extend Stay-At-Home Advisories
Columbus and Franklin County health officials are extending their Stay-At-Home advisories. County health officials were joined by Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther and Columbus Public Health in making Thursday's announcement. The advisory has been extended until January 2nd. That also coincides with the end of Governor Mike DeWine's statewide curfew. Residents are advised to only leave home to go to work or school or for essential needs. The advisory was put in place in November amid a local and statwide surge in COVID-19 cases.