The Football Hall of Fame game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers has been cancelled due to COVID-19. This is the first major event the NFL has had to completely cancel due to the virus.
JACK Entertainment announced it is ready to reopen with heightened sanitation procedures, reduced capacity, reconfigured gaming floors, as well as social distancing signage and physical barriers amid the coronavirus crisis.
Business owners and workers were able to get back into the city Wednesday to continue cleaning up after the weekend’s protests. For most, it’s the first time they’ve been allowed in the city since around 1 p.m. on Sunday, because of the extended curfew.
A Northeast Ohio judge blocked state health officials from enforcing state orders that closed gyms and health clubs Wednesday, allowing them to reopen immediately if they comply with safety requirements.