“The coronavirus is still with us, it is still dangerous and deadly, and at no other time in our lives will our individual actions play a greater role in saving the lives of others, even complete strangers,” the document states.
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It also urges people to wear face masks, to practice social distancing and recommends that everyone continue to stay home as much as possible to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Acton on Wednesday evening also signed the Camp Safe Ohio Order.
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