COVID-19 Local Updates: April 4
Updated: Jun 9
Everything you and your business need to know about local coronavirus response efforts for April 4, 2020.
Mayor Frank Jackson noted the following on Friday:
Cleveland may continue to ban mass gatherings and events over the summer if the coronavirus crisis persists; “the City of Cleveland will continue to follow the direction of the Governor and CDC in regard to mass gatherings.”
City Hall offices remain closed, essential workers, such as police, fire and EMS personnel, remain on the job.
The Mayor convenes an executive policy group, made up of several members of his cabinet, daily to discuss responses to the COVID-19 outbreak.
This week the mayor extended his proclamation of a civil emergency to run through April.
A coalition of Northeast Ohio philanthropic, corporate and civic partners have joined to create the Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund to deploy resources to nonprofit organizations serving on the frontlines of the pandemic in our region.On Friday, the group announced it will award $1.18 million to 17 organizations in its second round of weekly grants to support nonprofits.