Updated: May 27, 2020 4:53PM
- In Ohio, there are currently 31,191 confirmed COVID-19 infections, and 1,842 confirmed deaths from the virus.
- There are 841 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Butler County, and 26 people have died from the virus.
Is it safe to travel to Butler County, Ohio?
There are travel restrictions for the U.S., including Ohio. The U.S. Government has restricted inbound travel from Europe. The CDC continues to advise the public to practice preventative measures to stop the spread of germs, which is standard advice during the current flu season.
Butler County Safety Pledge
Butler County businesses have come together in an effort to keep the community, residents, and visitors safe. By taking the Butler County Safety pledge these local businesses have committed to implementing safety and cleaning procedures in an effort to help stop COVID-19. Learn more about the pledge, and see what Butler County businesses have pledged.
Guidance for Travelers
- Travelers are encouraged to follow guidance from official public health sources.
Is there any information available on local carry-out, curbside pick-up, and food delivery options?
Yes, please visit travelbutlercounty.com/dining-resource for a list of local restaurants, bakeries, breweries, and more offering delicious meals to-go during this challenging time.
What is the impact to the tourism industry in Butler County, Ohio?
It is too early to assess the impact to the local tourism industry. However, the global nature of COVID-19 will certainly have an significant impact on business and leisure travel worldwide, including Butler County, Ohio.
What are the best local public health resources for Butler County, Ohio?
What are the best resources for travel industry updates?
Where can I learn more about COVID-19?
Where can I go with urgent questions related to COVID-19?
If you have an urgent question about risks that aren’t addressed online or though the resources above, please contact the Butler County General Health District.