Coronavirus: No deaths reported in the past 24 hours in Ohio, just over 1,500 cases

Coronavirus: No deaths reported in the past 24 hours in Ohio, just over 1,500 cases

MIAMI VALLEY — The Ohio Department of Health reported 1,506 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours in Ohio Saturday, leaving the 7-day positivity rate, which includes both confirmed and presumptive cases, at 3 percent

ODH also reported 66 new hospitalizations in the last 24 hours.

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As of Saturday afternoon, 977,736 confirmed or positive cases have been reported to the Ohio Department of Health since March 2020. ODH data indicates 50,848 people have been hospitalized. ODH reported Saturday 0 new deaths in the last 24 hours.

Saturday’s total number of deaths now stands at 17,502 people who have died since the beginning of the pandemic. Death data was changed beginning Mar. 2 to show those who are Ohio residents who have died from COVID-19.

According to data released Saturday, 923,986 people are presumed to have recovered from the virus.

Based on data released Saturday, 1,929,773 people have received their first dose of a vaccination. The total number of Ohioans who have received a vaccination is 16.51 percent of the state’s population.

Ohio has an estimated population of approximately 11.7 million, census records show.

There have been 10,227,868 people tested for the coronavirus in Ohio. A total of 56,601 health care workers have tested positive which is about 6 percent of the cases.

LOCAL DEATHS:

· Darke - 116

· Clark - 256

· Greene - 221

· Miami - 194

· Mercer - 81

· Montgomery - 923

· Preble - 87

· Champaign - 49

· Butler - 531

· Auglaize - 82

· Warren - 275

· Shelby - 79

· Clinton - 55

· Logan - 73

LOCAL CASES REPORTED BY OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH:

· Darke - 5,052 cases, 4,823 resumed recovered (Total Population: 51,323)

· Clark - 12,376 cases, 11,655 presumed recovered (Total Population: 134,585)

· Greene - 13,659 cases, 12,984 presumed recovered (Total Population: 167,995)

· Miami - 10,059 cases, 9,602 presumed recovered (Total Population: 106,222)

· Mercer - 4,597 cases, 4,419 presumed recovered (Total Population: 40,959)

· Montgomery - 47,506 cases, 45,341 presumed recovered (Total Population: 532,331)

· Preble - 3,539 cases, 3,359 presumed recovered (Total Population: 40,997)

· Champaign - 2,909 cases, 2,737 presumed recovered (Total Population: 38,754)

· Butler - 35,827 cases, 34,050 presumed recovered (Total Population: 383,134)

· Auglaize - 4,565 cases, 4,379 presumed recovered (Total Population: 45,804)

· Warren - 22,574 cases, 21,442 presumed recovered (Total Population: 234,602)

· Shelby - 4,426 cases, 4,273 presumed recovered (Total Population: 48,627)

· Clinton - 3,424 cases, 3,236 presumed recovered (Total Population: 41,968)

· Logan - 3,573 cases, 3,381 resumed recovered (Total Population: 45,358)

Presumed recovered is defined as cases with a symptom onset date > 21 days prior who are not deceased.