• Advocacy Team

COVID-19 Local Updates: April 4

Updated: Jun 9, 2020

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.

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