In light of current events and attempts to slow the spread of COVID-19, many events are being postponed or cancelled. We are attempting to compile a list of larger events that have been cancelled in the Columbus and Central Ohio area. Your health is important to us and we will do our best to keep this list accurate. However, please note that this is a helpful list only. Please check the official statements and websites of the companies and events involved.
Gov. Dewine and the Ohio Department of Health will be issuing a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. statewide curfew beginning on Thursday, November 19. The curfew will be in effect for 21 days. Please see the most updated information at coronavirus.ohio.gov.
A 28-day stay-at-home advisory has been issued starting Friday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m.
- The Ohio Government’s FAQ on COVID-19
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Event Information and Cancellations
(to the best of our knowledge)
- Health Orders to Limit Mass Gatherings – Revised orders for mass gatherings, with limits on dancing, buffets, and who may be seated together at a table.
- Retail Enforcement Orders Signed – Details on enforcing mask-wearing for retail establishments, what is required for businesses and how enforcement will happen.
- Columbus Metropolitan Library is returning to curbside pick-up only beginning Nov. 21st. “There will be no entry into our buildings for browsing or services. And our Marion-Franklin Branch will be closed for all services, including returns.”
- COSI remains closed.
You can view a note from the Columbus Expo Center and a calendar of events and cancellations HERE.
Nationwide Arena will be updating each event as changes occur. Check their calendar HERE.
Licking Memorial Health Systems (LMHS) continues to promote the safety of our patients, employees and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning Monday, April 27, LMHS is asking all visitors to wear a cloth face covering when visiting any of our healthcare facilities. Even those who feel well and are not exhibiting symptoms may be carrying the coronavirus. Covering the mouth and nose will help to prevent the spread of the virus. In addition to mask usage, LMHS encourages all visitors to maintain a safe social distance of six feet from others.