COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio restaurants are set to offer indoor dining again and campgrounds are ready to reopen under the latest coronavirus guidance.
Restaurants that allow diners inside beginning Thursday must provide proper social distancing and other precautions.
The Ohio Restaurant Association says seven in 10 restaurants plan to reopen Thursday or soon after.
Restaurants could offer outdoor dining beginning May 15, which led to some scenes of overcrowded patios and a warning from Gov. Mike DeWine that police officers and health investigators will be making safety checks as part of beefed-up enforcement teams.
Horse racing begins again Friday, but without spectators.
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