Less restrictions happening soon

Brooke Hoover, Photo editor

COVID-19 closed many stores and retail businesses. Retail is now allowed to reopen almost two weeks before previously stated with few restrictions.

   According to 10tv.com, on Saturday, May 2, retail establishments can begin to do curbside pickup or delivery. Also, stores that restrict operations to 10 customers on an “appointment-only” basis can reopen Saturday.

This is big news for Ohio citizens and to many, this is exciting and positive information from what Ohio has gone through due to COVID-19.

   Gov. Mike DeWine previously said masks will be mandatory for the employees at these businesses and highly recommended for any costumers in the near future.