An Ohio Department of Health order has mandated face coverings throughout Ohio. Under the public health order, people must wear masks in any indoor location other than a residence. It also applies to people who are outdoors and unable to consistently maintain six feet of distance, and people waiting for and riding public transportation or ride shares. Exceptions include children under 10 years old, those with physical and developmental disabilities, and people who are actively exercising or playing sports, are officiating religious services, are involved in public safety, or are eating and drinking. Click here to learn more.
In addition to the state and Franklin County orders, New Albany also has an Emergency Declaration that includes mandatory face coverings in New Albany businesses.
During this challenging time, the City of New Albany is here to offer any guidance and support our community may need. We have compiled the resource links below to answer your questions and help you navigate the future.
Current and confirmed New Albany cases are shown in the chart below. Can’t find what you need? Please call us at 614-855-3913.