Coronavirus: Does your workplace make you feel unsafe? Take survey.

Dr. Amy Acton, director of the Ohio Department of Health, and Gov. Mike DeWine gave an update  on the importance of the state’s coronavirus outbreak mitigation efforts, which have included a stay-at-home order. LAURA BISCHOFF/STAFF
Dr. Amy Acton, director of the Ohio Department of Health, and Gov. Mike DeWine gave an update on the importance of the state’s coronavirus outbreak mitigation efforts, which have included a stay-at-home order. LAURA BISCHOFF/STAFF

Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County has received about 250 complaints from people concerned that some area employers are not complying with Ohio’s stay at home order made to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

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Some complaints are from employees who say they are being forced to work at non-essential business; other complaints are from employees who claim they are not provided with required sanitizing products or must work too closely to coworkers. Complaints have also come from customers concerned with the conduct of certain businesses, according to Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County.

Do you feel like your workplace, a family member’s or one where you shop is not complying with the Ohio order?

The Dayton Daily News is working on a story about the issue and has a short questionnaire. You can supply as much or as little information as you like, but Dayton Daily News reporter Chris Stewart would like to hear from people willing to share their experience. Stewart can also be reached at Chris.Stewart@coxinc.com.

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