President Trump says he would like to see the country opening back up on Easter Sunday in less than three weeks but the Governors in the Tristate say that may just be wishful thinking. At the same time that the President was talking yesterday about looking at easing restrictions prompted by the Coronavirus pandemic, the Governor of Kentucky said even stricter Stay Home rules are on the way.
Governor Beshear says an order will be coming from his office today, spelling out very clearly that only businesses that are considered life sustaining can remain open.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine agrees that Easter may be overly optimistic for a date to open things back up. He says his health experts say Ohio won't see cases peak until May First. Dewine is providing a daily update on the Outbreak that you can hear every day on Newsradio 700 WLW at 2 o clock. We carry the update from Kentucky Governor Beshear as well, it happens each day at 5.
All three states; Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana are now under stay home orders closing all non-essential businesses.
For the latest on the restrictions in Ohio, click here.
The rules for Kentucky can be found here.