Public Health Information
Affirmed by the Governor; Director of the Department Of Health Issued Orders
Please review the order in detail, but here is some brief information as it is avialble at the time of publication:
Stay-At-Home Order is similar to a shelter-in-place issued by other states. Order will go into effect April 6, 2020 at 11:59pm and will last until May 1, 2020.
Order requires anyone not conducting essential activities or services to remain at home and avoid going out and meeting with others. The Order allows for certain activities including leaving the house for health and safety, for necessary supplies and services, and for outdoor activity. It does state playgrounds and outdoor places of gathering will be closed.
The Order allows you to leave your home to care for family in other households and to take them to essential places and appointments.
People who are working in essential fields will be able to go to work; Restaurants will still be able to offer carry-out, and grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies and healthcare facilities will remain open. For a list of essential fields, reference the Order and the Department of Homeland Security Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrasturcture Workforce
This page contains segments of information and resources for the current response and actions for the Coronavirus. Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County is the local source for advice and direction regarding public response and efforts.Link to page
City Statements and Announcements
This Page will contain all current Statements and Announcements that involve city services and operations realtive to the response to the National and State declared emergencies regarding the Coronavirus.Link to page
This page shows available assistance for those in need during the pandemic.Link to page