DeWine Orders COVID-19 Day Care Rules And Regulation!, By Gayle Putrich, Posted March 26th 2020

Beginning today, Ohio’s day care centers will need a temporary permit and will only be able to operate under strict new standards, including having no more than six children in each room.

The initial day care slots will go to the children of those “directly involved” in the fight against the coronavirus, Gov. Mike DeWine said Monday, which includes first responders and healthcare workers, hospital and clinic staff, pharmacy staff, dentists and mental health professionals.

Some licenses have already been granted and day cares can continue to apply at the Department of Job and Family Services website, DeWine said. The site also includes a list of childcare providers available today.

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