In light of confusion as to whether or not Ohio abortion clinics remain open during the coronavirus pandemic, Kellie Copeland, executive director for NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio, issued the following statement on Monday:
In this unprecedented time, all of us are struggling to take care of ourselves and each other. My heart is with you, whether you are facing an unintended pregnancy, sudden lack of child care, the loss of a job, illness, or the fears and anxiety of this moment.
Because Attorney General David Yost has taken politically-motivated action to attempt to prevent Ohioans from accessing the time-sensitive and essential abortion care they need in their communities, you may have questions about the state of abortion access in Ohio. We have compiled a list of FAQs below to help answer your questions. Please forward this information to anyone you think may need it.