Governor DeWine announced that the state of Ohio will now not require that customers entering retail establishments wear face coverings. Wearing face coverings in public is still, however, strongly recommended. "As Governor, it is my responsibility to make the tough decisions."
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that he will form two separate advisory groups to develop best practices for reopening dine-in restaurants, barbershops, and salons. Relevant business associations, along with Ohio Speaker.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announces the following types of establishments are ordered to remain closed due to their increased risk of potential COVID-19 exposure: Schools and daycares Dine-in restaurants and bars.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Lt. Governor Jon Husted, and Dr. Amy Acton, MD, MPH, made several major announcements regarding Ohio's plan to responsibly restart Ohio's economy during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to prioritize the health and safety of its customers and employees during these unprecedented times, Brummer’s Chocolates will be closing its store to the public. However, the business will continue to fill phone orders for curbside pickup and shipping.
Bliss Skin Spa has been approved by the Erie County Health Department to open the spa for curbside product sales. Days and hours that the spa will offer curbside pickup will be announced soon. Orders can also be placed through Facebook Messenger.
The Olive Scene Vermilion announces that in order to pursue the highest standard of safety for everyone at this time, the business is changing its store policy to a n̲o̲-c̲o̲n̲t̲a̲c̲t̲ s̲a̲l̲e̲s̲ m̲e̲t̲h̲o̲d̲.This means that it is asking that you order and prepay for your products either by calling the store, or by ordering online and choosing "pick up" .
Due to the Covid-19 virus and the need to keep our town and its employees safe, Dairy Dock of Vermilion will not be able to open as scheduled on April 16th. The business will follow the situation closely and hopes it can open in the early part of May.
Vermilion restaurants, with an existing on-premises liquor permit, can now sell and deliver alcohol, including high-proof liquor in limited quantity, for off-premises consumption. The Ohio Liquor Control Commission passed an emergency rule on Tuesday to allow establishments to sell and deliver alcoholic beverages.
Parmer Sportswear and Screen Printing in downtown Vermilion is teaming up with 3 suppliers to manufacture cotton personal face masks. These will be sold at cost. The business is also selling medical apparel, scrubs, lab coats and protective personal apparel at cost.
A local seamstress in Vermilion, Ohio, Maudy Paden, is now making masks following the CDC’s recommendation that Americans wear cloth face masks in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Paden is offering 4 sizes: Adult S, M, L and child. Masks are $5 each. Sewing by Maudy is an alteration specialist service serving northern Ohio.
Brummer’s Chocolates in downtown Vermilion is remaining open until further notice to make sure you and your family will have all the chocolate and candy you need to make this Easter a good one. Brummer’s Chocolates is currently offering curbside pick up for customers who do not want to come in the store.