Coronavirus: Ohio sees less than 200 new cases in last 24 hours

MIAMI VALLEY — The Ohio Department of Health reported 178 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, with the 7-day positive confirmed and presumptive average at 1.5%.

Data released Monday shows 52 new hospitalizations were reported, with the 21-day average being 60.

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Since March 2020, 1,107,225 confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases have been reported to the Ohio Department of Health. ODH data released Monday indicates 59,920 people have been hospitalized since the start of the pandemic.

According to data released on June 11 ODH reported 20,091 deaths in the state since the pandemic began in March 2020. Death data was changed beginning Mar. 2 to show those who are Ohio residents who have died from COVID-19 and numbers will only be released twice a week. There were an additional 0 new COVID-related deaths reported Monday.

As of Monday afternoon, an additional 2,813 people started their vaccinations in the last 24 hours. 5,454,295 people or 46.66 percent of the state’s population, has received at least one vaccine dose, according to state data.

The Ohio Department of Health said Monday that 13,413,411 COVID-19 tests have been given in Ohio since March 2020. Monday’s data shows 1,076,774people are presumed to have recovered from the virus.

A total of 63,841 health care workers have tested positive which is about 6 percent of the cases.

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

LOCAL DEATHS:

· Darke- 129

· Clark - 306

· Greene - 246

· Miami - 223

· Mercer - 85

· Montgomery - 1,040

· Preble - 103

· Champaign - 58

· Butler - 603

· Auglaize - 87

· Warren - 303

· Shelby - 95

· Clinton - 66

· Logan - 77

LOCAL CASES REPORTED BY OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH:

· Darke - 5,415 cases, 5,233 presumed recovered (Total Population: 51,323)

· Clark - 14,223 cases, 13,774 presumed recovered (Total Population: 134,585)

· Greene - 15,256 cases, 14,903 presumed recovered (Total Population: 167,995)

· Miami - 10,837 cases, 10,523 presumed recovered (Total Population: 106,222)

· Mercer - 4,872 cases, 4,709 presumed recovered (Total Population: 40,959)

· Montgomery - 52,495 cases, 50,980 presumed recovered (Total Population: 532,331)

· Preble - 3,847 cases, 3,711 presumed recovered (Total Population: 40,997)

· Champaign - 3,438 cases, 3,335 presumed recovered (Total Population: 38,754)

· Butler - 38,903 cases, 38,124 presumed recovered (Total Population: 383,134)

· Auglaize - 5,016 cases, 4,851 presumed recovered (Total Population: 45,804)

· Warren - 24,558 cases, 24,104 presumed recovered (Total Population: 234,602)

· Shelby - 4,762 cases, 4,620 presumed recovered (Total Population: 48,627)

· Clinton - 3,785 cases, 3,683 presumed recovered (Total Population: 41,968)

· Logan - 3,873 cases, 3,778 resumed recovered (Total Population: 45,358)

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