It is vacation time for many people and with the lifting of some restrictions on COVID-19, more people are starting to travel to other states.
That brings up the question of whether Ohioans need to self-quarantine once they return home, if they travel to a state declared a Coranavirus "hot-spot".
Ross County Health District’s Kelly Dennis told iHeart Media News that; “There are no current requirements for self-quarantine after travelling, but those things could always change over time. The last Ohio stay at home orders required self-quarantine after travelling but those orders expired May 29th."
He added that; "From now until then, orders can change depending upon the current situation.”