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UPDATE: Ohio reports 25 COVID-19 deaths, 1,067 new cases on Thursday

Published: Sep. 1, 2020 at 2:30 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 17, 2020 at 5:28 PM EDT
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - UPDATE: 9/17/20 5:30 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 25 COVID-19 deaths and 1,067 new cases Thursday afternoon as the daily number of deaths and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 141,585 cases, 4,580 deaths, 14,625 hospitalizations and 3,149 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 119,690 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,067, 1,084; deaths - 25, 24; hospitalizations - 65, 70; and ICU admissions - 15, 10.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, orange): 242 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 204 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 569 cases, 27 hospitalizations, two deaths, 388 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 179 cases, 31 hospitalizations, 10 deaths, 131 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 167 cases, 19 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 121 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 106 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 86 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 46 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 43 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 24 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/16/20 2:30 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 79 COVID-19 deaths and 1,033 new cases Wednesday afternoon as the daily number of deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 140,518 cases, 4,555 deaths, 14,560 hospitalizations and 3,134 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 118,443 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,033, 1,092; deaths - 49, 24; hospitalizations - 99, 72; and ICU admissions - 23, 10.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 242 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 203 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 557 cases, 27 hospitalizations, two deaths, 382 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 176 cases, 31 hospitalizations, 10 deaths, 129 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 166 cases, 19 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 117 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 106 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 85 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 46 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 43 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 24 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/15/20 5:10 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 87 COVID-19 deaths and 1,001 new cases Tuesday afternoon as the daily number of deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 139,485 cases, 4,506 deaths, 14,481 hospitalizations and 3,111 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 117,130 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,001, 1,095; deaths - 87, 24; hospitalizations - 103, 73; and ICU admissions - 14, 10.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 240 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 202 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 540 cases, 26 hospitalizations, two deaths, 381 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 174 cases, 30 hospitalizations, 10 deaths, 125 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 165 cases, 19 hospitalizations, eight deaths, 95 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 106 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 85 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 45 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 43 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/14/20 3:35 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported four COVID-19 deaths and 1,079 new cases Monday afternoon as the daily number of cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions dipped below the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Monday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 138,484 cases, 4,419 deaths, 14,378 hospitalizations and 3,097 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 115,708 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,079, 1,087; deaths - four, 21; hospitalizations - 64, 72; and ICU admissions - nine, 10.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 241 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 201 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 532 cases, 25 hospitalizations, two deaths, 374 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 170 cases, 30 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 125 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 163 cases, 16 hospitalizations, six deaths, 88 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 106 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 85 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 46 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 43 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/12/2020 8:00 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported eight coronavirus related deaths on Saturday and 1,206 new coronavirus cases.

That brings the death toll to 4,411 and the total case count to 136,568.

114,066 Ohioans are presumed to have recovered from the virus.

Locally, Athens County jumped ten cases overnight to 501 total.

Washington County is at 240 cases and Meigs County is at 162.

9/11/20 4:40 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 49 COVID-19 deaths and 1,240 new cases Friday afternoon as the daily number of cases, deaths and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Friday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 135,362 cases, 4,403 deaths, 14,236 hospitalizations and 3,081 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 113,053 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,240, 1,061; deaths - 49, 21; hospitalizations - 72, 72; and ICU admissions - 11, 10.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 239 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 200 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 491 cases, 25 hospitalizations, two deaths, 371 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 167 cases, 30 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 112 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 158 cases, 16 hospitalizations, six deaths, 80 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 106 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 85 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 46 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 42 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

9/10/20 3:15 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 30 COVID-19 deaths and 1,121 new cases Thursday afternoon as the daily number of cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 134,086 cases, 4,354 deaths, 14,164 hospitalizations and 3,070 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 112,140 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,121, 1,052; deaths - 30, 20; hospitalizations - 81, 74; and ICU admissions - 16, 11.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 238 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 199 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 464 cases, 24 hospitalizations, two deaths, 371 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 163 cases, 30 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 106 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 156 cases, 16 hospitalizations, six deaths, 99 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 106 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 84 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 45 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 41 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/9/20 2:40 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 26 COVID-19 deaths and 973 new cases Wednesday afternoon as the daily number of deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 132,965 cases, 4,324 deaths, 14,083 hospitalizations and 3,054 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 111,201 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 973, 1,052; deaths - 26, 20; hospitalizations - 116, 74; and ICU admissions - 12, 11.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 235 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 197 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 447 cases, 23 hospitalizations, two deaths, 370 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 160 cases, 30 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 101 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 156 cases, 15 hospitalizations, six deaths, 77 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 104 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 83 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 45 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 40 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/8/20 4:10 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 22 COVID-19 deaths and 656 new cases Tuesday afternoon as the daily number of deaths and hospitalizations exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 131,992 cases, 4,298 deaths, 13,967 hospitalizations and 3,042 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 110,279 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 656, 1,051; deaths - 22, 20; hospitalizations - 80, 73; and ICU admissions - eight, 11.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 236 cases, 18 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 194 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 437 cases, 23 hospitalizations, two deaths, 370 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 158 cases, 30 hospitalizations, seven deaths, 99 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 155 cases, 14 hospitalizations, four deaths, 76 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 105 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 83 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 45 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 39 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 21 presumed recoveries

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - UPDATE: 9/4/20 2:40 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 22 COVID-19 deaths and more than 1,300 new cases Friday afternoon as the daily number of cases and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Friday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 128,444 cases, 4,248 deaths, 13,731 hospitalizations and 3,022 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 107,083 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,332, 1,042; deaths - 22, 22; hospitalizations - 68, 76; and ICU admissions - 19, 15.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 229 cases, 17 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 192 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 408 cases, 23 hospitalizations, two deaths, 365 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 152 cases, 30 hospitalizations, four deaths, 92 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 146 cases, 12 hospitalizations, four deaths, 72 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 105 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 81 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 45 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 37 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 19 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/3/20 5:25 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 50 COVID-19 deaths and more than 1,300 new cases Thursday afternoon as the daily number of cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions exceeded the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 127,112 cases, 4,226 deaths, 13,663 hospitalizations and 3,003 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 106,095 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,345, 1,033; deaths - 50, 22; hospitalizations - 89, 78; and ICU admissions - 14, 12.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 228 cases, 17 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 191 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, orange): 404 cases, 22 hospitalizations, two deaths, 365 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 152 cases, 30 hospitalizations, four deaths, 80 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 132 cases, 12 hospitalizations, four deaths, 65 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 105 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 81 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 45 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 37 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 19 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/2/20 3:15 A.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 11 COVID-19 deaths and more than 1,150 coronavirus cases Wednesday afternoon as the daily number of cases, hospitalizations and ICU admissions were higher than the state’s three-week averages.

The toll included the fourth victim from Meigs County, where the deaths of two men in their 80s, a woman in her 80s and a woman in her 70s have been linked to COVID-19.

As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 125,767 cases, 4,176 deaths, 13,574 hospitalizations and 2,989 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 105,065 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,157, 1,025; deaths - 11, 21; hospitalizations - 95, 80; and ICU admissions - 14, 13.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 227 cases, 17 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 189 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, yellow): 399 cases, 22 hospitalizations, two deaths, 365 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 150 cases, 30 hospitalizations, four deaths, 76 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 132 cases, 12 hospitalizations, four deaths, 62 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 105 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 80 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 44 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 36 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 19 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 9/1/20 2:30 P.M.

The Ohio Department of Health reported 27 COVID-19 deaths and nearly 1,500 new cases Tuesday afternoon as the daily number of cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions were higher than the state’s three-week averages.

As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, the state’s COVID-19 website showed 124,610 cases, 4,165 deaths, 13,479 hospitalizations and 2,975 admissions to intensive-care units. The website also showed 104,024 presumed recoveries.

Following are the daily totals and 21-day averages for each category: cases - 1,453, 1,037; deaths - 27, 22; hospitalizations - 103, 82; and ICU admissions - 14, 13.

Following is a breakdown of statistics from counties in southeastern Ohio provided by the Department of Health’s COVID-19 website and the alert level for each county:

- Washington County (Level 1, yellow): 227 cases, 17 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 188 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, yellow): 396 cases, 22 hospitalizations, two deaths, 364 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 147 cases, 29 hospitalizations, four deaths, 75 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 2, orange): 127 cases, 13 hospitalizations, three deaths, 57 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 1, yellow): 104 cases, 16 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 80 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 1, yellow): 44 cases, one hospitalizations, no deaths, 36 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 1, yellow): 23 cases, three hospitalizations, no deaths, 19 presumed recoveries

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