Gov. DeWine Allows Thanksgiving Dinner to Proceed

LFC Comments: The following is a letter from Lance D. Himes, Interim Director of the Ohio Department of Health, clarifying his proclamation dated 11/15/20 that we wrote about.

The prohibition of public or private gatherings with greater than 10 people does not apply to a single residence. Therefore, if you have a turkey dinner with family to celebrate Thanksgiving, you should not have to worry about your neighbors reporting you to the Department of Health if they see a lot cars in your driveway.


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