“We’re trying to get this right,” he said Thursday.
On Friday, the governor declined to offer any specifics, saying he wanted to release a more complete plan.
It is expected to include orders regarding how businesses will protect employees, customers and the public. Those will include some requirements that are not currently mandated for essential business currently operating.
The plan is expected to lay out requirements for social distancing, disinfecting, health screenings and masking in places of employment. The combination of those actions can reduce the risk of infection from the coronavirus.
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The administration has strongly recommended wearing masks in public but has not ordered it. That could change in some way as part of the plan coming today.
Lt. Gov. Jon Husted said no business will be required to reopen. The state plan will offer the standards businesses must meet in order to reopen, he said.