West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio have closed all non-essential businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re putting together a list of some of the local businesses still open to serve their communities in the tri-state.

Confused about what each state considers an essential business? Take a look at the full orders below for each state.

If you’d like to add your business to the free listings below, contact Digital Producer, Jessica Patterson jpatterson@wowktv.com. For marketing solutions with wowktv.com contact Krista Snodgrass, Digital Sales Manager ksnodgrass@wowktv.com

West Virginia:

Here are some of the essential businesses still open in West Virginia. To see what Gov. Jim Justice’s executive stay-at-home order defines as essential businesses, view the full order here.

Kentucky

These businesses are still open to serve the community in Kentucky. To see what Gov. Andy Beshear’s executive order for non-essential businesses to close defines as essential businesses, view the order here.

Ohio

The following businesses are open in Ohio. Gov. Mike DeWine issued an executive stay-at-home order in conjunction with Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D. MPH. View the order to see what businesses are considered essential in Ohio.

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