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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says guidelines are coming today on swimming pools.

He says Lt. Gov. Jon Husted is working on the swimming pool issue, and they’ll be speaking on that and other summer activities later this afternoon.

“We understand that people need to make plans. Summer is about here,” Gov. DeWine said.

What they aren’t ready to speak on is summer travel.

Ohio’s Stay-at-Home order

urges people to stay at their residence as much as possible.

Click here for a list of summer cancellations and closures

The CDC says there is no evidence COVID-19 can be spread to people through the water in pools, hot tubs, spas, or water play areas.

They report the chemicals used in the water would likely kill it.

However, the concern would be about social distancing measures that would be hard to follow at many facilities. 

For Lake Erie and other waterways, the concern might be the potential spread of coronavirus through feces. 

You can watch Governor Mike DeWine’s news conference later today on FOX 8 News and

More information from the CDC here.