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Officials issue stay-at-home advisories in 3 Ohio cities


Officials in Columbus, Cleveland and Dayton issued stay-at-home advisories for 28 days in an effort to slow coronavirus spread in those high incident areas. People living in those cities and the surrounding counties are also advised to avoid traveling in and out of state. The advisories include a recommendation that people forgo having guests in their homes during the upcoming holiday season.

Ohio High School Athletic Association officials said state championship football games scheduled Friday and Saturday in Obetz won’t be impacted by the Franklin County advisory, but those kickoff times have been moved up slightly to help ensure they end by the 10 p.m. curfew.

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