Trumbull County health officials are urging schools to switch to remote learning and asking sports to take a break, too.

The Trumbull County Board of Health passed a stay-at-home advisory Tuesday. The advisory will start on Nov. 24 and end on Dec. 22. 

The advisory requests that people stay at home, except for work and essential needs. They're asking to limit travel and gatherings to no more than ten people. They also ask that businesses allow people to work remotely.

The advisory also requests that all K-12 schools switch to remote learning and encourage winter sports to be put on pause.

On Dec. 22, the situation will be reassessed.

According to health officials, Trumbull County is averaging 150 to 200 cases daily. Forty-eight percent of Trumbull County's total number of positive cases have occurred in the past three weeks.