Ohio Governer, Mike Dewine, recently announced the stay-at-home order which requires residents to stay in their home starting Monday night at 11:59 PM until April 6th.
During this time, all non-essential buisnesses will be closed. However essential businesses such as grocery stores, banking services and medicine will remain open. This means that Ohio medical marijuana dispensaries will also remain operational and patients can continue to purchase their medicine.
Many dispensaries are taking precautions to maintain the health and safety of their employees and patients such as disinfecting and wiping down surfaces and frequent handwashing. Some facilities are even allowing patients to order ahead so they can come into the dispensary and simply pick up their medicine to limit the amount of time spent in the store.