CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) -In the month of September local county health departments fielded anywhere from dozens to hundreds of complaints about bars and restaurants not following COVID-related guidelines.
Governor DeWine has warned of letting our guard down and lack of compliance leading to more COVID spikes and outbreaks.
But the public is keeping an eye on how businesses are complying through these complaints.
In Cuyahoga County they’ve received more than 3,000 COVID-related complaints since March.
And in Summit County they are issuing citations and working with businesses to help them comply.