The Covid-19 virus has dramatically
changed the way we relate to each other and the way we do business. As I write this, a million Americans have
contracted the disease, sixty-thousand people have died and 30 million have
been thrown out of work in under a month.
On March 22 the Director of the Ohio Department of Health issued a “Stay
at Home” order requiring non-essential businesses to close. “Social Distancing” was ordered and
gatherings of more than 10 people prohibited.
Thousands of small shops, schools, universities, malls, factories,
non-profits, travel and leisure operations, music venues and sports events had
to close-up shop.
These steps were instituted so that
our healthcare system would not be overwhelmed.
In Ohio it seems to have worked. The
Director allowed manufacturing and construction to open May …