Gov. DeWine Announces Curfew for Ohio11/19/2020 The Coronavirus Curfew is underway for our friends in Ohio. Governor Mike DeWine has announced a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew beginning tonight to help slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The three-week curfew contains multiple exceptions, including for pharmacies, grocery stores and restaurants offering take-out or delivery service. The order also allows exceptions for people going to work or with a medical emergency. But DeWine says the curfew combined with increased mask wearing can reduce people's contacts with others by 20% to 25%. Ohio's seven-day rolling average of daily new cases jumped to 7,199 new cases per day on Nov. 16.