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Ohio’s COVID-19 curfew pushed back to 11 p.m.

WLWT Digital Staff

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s COVID-19 curfew will be moved back to 11 p.m., effective Thursday night.

The state reported 2,944 hospitalizations on Wednesday, the seventh day in a row below 3,500.

On Tuesday, Gov. Mike DeWine said if Ohio sees seven consecutive days of COVID-19 hospitalizations below 3,500, the curfew will be pushed back to 11 p.m.

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