CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - After changing things up last year, the Cuyahoga County Fair is expected to go on in 2021; another sign that there is a light at the end of the tunnel during this pandemic.
The celebration is coming back to the fairground from August 10 to August 15.
Last year because of the pandemic, the fair had people drive through to pick up food.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has said he expects things to go back to normal for county fairs this year.
He’s talking to fair organizers about what kind of health rules will need to be in place.
Of course, those are just the restrictions if the fair were to happen now.
“There’ll be some limitation in the grandstands that we have talked about before, 30%. Social distancing will be required. The other main thing is that we’re asking the fairs to have signs throughout the fair in regard to mask wearing, and mask wearing will be required at the fairs,” Gov. DeWine said.
If things improve and health orders are lifted, the Cuyahoga County Fair could be just like it was in years past.