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Ohioans Ordered to Stay Home

In an order announced on Sunday, March 22, Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton announced a stay at home order effective Monday, March 23 at 11:59 PM through April 6. At that time, the order will be re-evaluated. Residents will be permitted to seek healthcare, obtain supplies (such as groceries and cleaning supplies), pursue outdoor activities, and take care of others. The full order and additional information can be found by visiting the Ohio Department of Health website. For more information on identifying employers that are considered "Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers", visit the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's site at https://www.cisa.gov/identifying-critical-infrastructure-during-covid-19.

In addition to the Stay at Home Order, other Ohio State Updates include:


During this time, the Youngstown, Alliance, and Columbus Ohio offices of HBK® CPAs Consultants remain available to support our clients. Please contact us through email or by voicemail on our office telephone lines. We will return your call promptly. For more information regarding firm operations, please contact us or read our letter from our CEO, Chris Allegretti.

If you have questions or would like to discuss COVID-19’s effect on you or your business, contact a member of the HBK CPAs & Consultants team.

About the Author(s)
Amy Reynallt is a Manager with the HBK Manufacturing Solutions Group in the Youngstown, Ohio office of HBK CPAs & Consultants. She joined the firm in 2019 following 13 years in the manufacturing industry. Amy is experienced in navigating the strategic and financial matters associated with manufacturing and works closely with manufacturers to help them plan, execute, and meet their short- and long-term financial goals.
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