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UPDATE: Ohio reports 133 deaths, 8,178 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday

Health department shows 94.078 vaccinations started in Buckeye State
Published: Dec. 1, 2020 at 5:40 PM EST|Updated: Dec. 29, 2020 at 2:39 PM EST
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UPDATE: 12/30/20 5:35 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 133 deaths and 8,178 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 8,855 deaths, 690,748 cases, 38,002 hospitalizations, 5,837 admissions to intensive care and 546,305 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 94,078 vaccinations started, or 0.80 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed as 4,409 people hospitalized with the virus, 117 fewer than on Tuesday, and the number of patients currently in intensive-care units was 1,087, 24 fewer than on Tuesday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 8,178, 8,216; deaths, 133, 79; hospitalizations, 366, 348; and ICU admissions, 36, 37.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 895 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 698; Summit, 577; Lucas, 541; Hamilton, 413; Montgomery, 353; Mahoning, 313; Stark, 301; Trumball, 262; and Butler, 188.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 83,105, followed by Cuyahoga, 69,251; Hamilton, 51,124; Montgomery, 35,213; Summit, 27,614; Lucas, 25,505; Butler, 25,416; Stark, 20,078; Warren, 15,502; and Mahoning, 14,631.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,932 cases (23 new), 129 hospitalizations, 38 deaths, 875 vaccinations, 2,173 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 3,072 cases (40 new), 125 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 505 vaccinations, 2,588 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,639 cases (26 new), 100 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 406 vaccinations, 1,220 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 830 cases (17 new), 45 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, 151 vaccinations, 632 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 714 cases (11 new), 55 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 132 vaccinations, 499 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 636 cases (10 new), 40 hospitalizations, 26 deaths, 67 vaccinations, 492 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,000 cases (10 new), 69 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 103 vaccinations, 817 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/29/20 2:50 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 151 deaths and 7,526 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 8,722 deaths, 682,570 cases, 37,636 hospitalizations, 5,801 admissions to intensive care and 535,487 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 71,625 vaccinations started, or 0.61 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed as 4,526 people hospitalized with the virus, 15 more than on Monday, and the number of patients currently in intensive-care units increased three to 1,111.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 7,526, 8,217; deaths, 151, 77; hospitalizations, 560, 353; and ICU admissions, 52, 38.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 887 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 697; Summit, 553; Lucas, 540; Hamilton, 411; Montgomery, 352; Mahoning, 312; Stark, 292; Trumball, 263; and Butler, 187.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 82,402, followed by Cuyahoga, 68,535; Hamilton, 50,527; Montgomery, 34,774; Summit, 27,302; Lucas, 25,282; Butler, 25,079; Stark, 19,900; Warren, 15,242; and Mahoning, 14,418

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,909 cases (27 new), 128 hospitalizations, 38 deaths, 643 vaccinations, 2,111 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 3,032 cases (34 new), 125 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 429 vaccinations, 2,551 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,613 cases (28 new), 97 hospitalizations, 20 deaths, 366 vaccinations, 1,191 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 813 cases (nine new), 45 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, 128 vaccinations, 612 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 703 cases (19 new), 55 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 108 vaccinations, 493 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 626 cases (four new), 40 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 55 vaccinations, 484 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 990 cases (three new), 69 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 85 vaccinations, 804 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/28/20 5:30 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 62 deaths and 4,519 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 8,571 deaths, 675,044 cases, 37,076 hospitalizations, 5,749 admissions to intensive care and 523,494 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 52,920 vaccinations started across the state, as 4,511 people remained hospitalized with the virus, including 1,108 in intensive care.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 4,519, 9,083; deaths, 62, 74; hospitalizations, 290, 357; and ICU admissions, 30, 38.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 886 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 697; Lucas, 535 Summit, 514; Hamilton, 411; Montgomery, 349; Mahoning, 312; Stark, 288; Trumball, 252; and Butler, 186.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 81,515, followed by Cuyahoga, 67,828, Hamilton, 48,961; Montgomery, 34,413; Summit, 26,914; Lucas, 25,051; Butler, 24,838; Stark, 19,737; Warren, 15,023; and Mahoning, 14,309.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,882 cases, 127 hospitalizations, 38 deaths, 277 vaccinations, 2,034 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,998 cases, 123 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 371 vaccinations, 2,514 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,585 cases, 95 hospitalizations, 20 deaths, 339 vaccinations, 1,147 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 804 cases, 42 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, 103 vaccinations, 597 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 684 cases, 53 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 66 vaccinations, 479 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 622 cases, 40 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 38 vaccinations, 467 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 987 cases, 69 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 66 vaccinations, 787 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/24/20 3:45 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 95 deaths and 8,828 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon.

The health department also said Thursday that it will not update its COVID-19 dashboard on Christmas Day.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 8,456 deaths, 653,650 cases, 36,345 hospitalizations, 5,675 admissions to intensive care and 489,808 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 25,262 vaccinations started across the state, as 4,494 people remained hospitalized with the virus, including 1,124 in intensive care.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 8,828, 9,846; deaths, 95, 81; hospitalizations, 320, 384; and ICU admissions, 35, 41.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 875 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 696; Lucas, 531 Summit, 496; Hamilton, 411; Montgomery, 341; Mahoning, 312; Stark, 278; Trumball, 244; and Butler, 183.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 78,759, followed by Cuyahoga, 65,552, Hamilton, 48,711; Montgomery, 33,350; Summit, 25,954; Butler, 24,170; Lucas, 24,165; Stark, 19,079; Warren, 14,490; and Mahoning, 13,929.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,763 cases (70 new), 124 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, 130 vaccinations, 1,871 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,226 cases (41 new), 119 hospitalizations, eight deaths, 264 vaccinations, 2,391 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,522 cases (230new), 94 hospitalizations, 20 deaths, 314 vaccinations, 1,053 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 771 cases (17 new), 41 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, 90 vaccinations, 538 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 658 cases (16 new), 52 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 40 vaccinations, 442 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 614 cases (10 new), 40 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 33 vaccinations, 414 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 991 cases (nine new), 67 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 20 vaccinations, 737 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/23/20 4:15 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 109 deaths and 7,790 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 8,361 deaths, 644,822 cases, 36,025 hospitalizations, 5,640 admissions to intensive care and 479,387 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 11,700 vaccinations started across the state, as 4,694 people remained hospitalized with the virus, including 1,131 in intensive care.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 7,790, 9,852; deaths, 109, 80; hospitalizations, 431, 388; and ICU admissions, 52, 41.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 874 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 695; Lucas, 531; Summit, 425; Hamilton, 409; Montgomery, 337; Mahoning, 311; Stark, 270; Trumball, 238; and Butler, 182.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 77,807, followed by Cuyahoga, 64,593; Hamilton, 48,185; Montgomery, 32,974; Summit, 25,647; Butler, 23,882; Lucas, 23,872; Stark, 18,804; Warren, 14,279; and Mahoning, 13,780.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,693 cases (19 new), 124 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, five vaccinations, 1,811 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,885 cases (22 new), 118 hospitalizations, six deaths, 56 vaccinations, 2,355 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,522 cases (26 new), 94 hospitalizations, 20 deaths, 59 vaccinations, 1,014 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 754 cases (6 new), 41 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, 34 vaccinations, 520 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 642 cases (16 new), 52 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, vaccinations not available, 426 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 604 cases (18 new), 39 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 20 vaccinations, 395 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 952 cases (six new), 67 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, nine vaccinations, 716 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/22/20 5:15 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 130 deaths and 7,678 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 8,252 deaths, 637,032 cases, 35,594 hospitalizations, 5,588 admissions to intensive care and 467,570 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 8,453 vaccinations across the state, while, 4,829 people remained hospitalized with the virus, including 1,160 in intensive care.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 7,678, 9,854; deaths, 130, 81; hospitalizations, 546, 388; and ICU admissions, 51, 41.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 872 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 695; Lucas, 513; Summit, 492; Hamilton, 408; Montgomery, 334; Mahoning, 311; Stark, 260; Trumball, 233; and Butler, 181.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 77,087, followed by Cuyahoga, 63,720; Hamilton, 47,713; Montgomery, 32,656; Summit, 25,305; Butler, 23,717; Lucas, 23,571; Stark, 18,600; Warren, 14,104; and Mahoning, 13,345.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,674 cases, 120 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, three vaccinations, 1,756 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,8,63 cases, 116 hospitalizations, six deaths, 42 vaccinations, 2,308 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,494 cases, 93 hospitalizations, 19 deaths, two vaccinations, 975 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 748 cases, 40 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, two vaccinations, 493 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 626 cases, 50 hospitalizations, vaccinations not available, 416 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 586 cases, 38 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 18 vaccinations, 383 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 946 cases, 67 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, nine vaccinations, 707 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/18/20 4 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 73 deaths and 9,684 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday afternoon, as the state saw a drop in current hospitalizations and intensive-care patients.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 7,967 deaths, 605,862 cases, 34,143 hospitalizations, 5,429 admissions to intensive care and 430,621 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 4,940 people hospitalized with the virus, 349 fewer than on Thursday. There were 1,172 people in intensive care, 138 fewer than on Thursday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 9,684, 9,812; deaths, 73, 77; hospitalizations, 398, 390; and ICU admissions, 47, 41.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 842 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 693; Lucas, 502; Summit, 482; Hamilton, 402; Montgomery, 321; Mahoning, 311; Stark, 258; Trumball, 221; and Butler, 179.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 73,651, followed by Cuyahoga, 60,299; Hamilton, 45,723; Montgomery, 31,218; Summit, 23,872; Butler, 22,796; Lucas, 22,718; Stark, 17,459; Warren, 13,372; and Mahoning, 12,658.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,469 cases (51 new), 118 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 1,546 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,775 cases (44 new), 113 hospitalizations, six deaths, 2,165 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,416 cases (11 new), 89 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 874 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 710 cases, 37 hospitalizations (eight new), 14 deaths, 439 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 585 cases (six new), 50 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 371 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 573 cases (four new), 34 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 317 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 891 cases (six new), 63 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 673 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/17/20 5:25 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 117 deaths and 11,412 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 7,894 deaths, 596,178 cases, 33,745 hospitalizations, 5,382 admissions to intensive care and 426,525 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,289 people hospitalized with the virus, 146 fewer than on Wednesday. There were 1,310 people in intensive care, 56 fewer than on Wednesday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 11,412, 10,164; deaths, 117, 77; hospitalizations, 370, 393; and ICU admissions, 38, 41.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 842 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 693; Lucas, 495; Summit, 480; Hamilton, 401; Montgomery, 319; Mahoning, 311; Stark, 258; Trumball, 219; and Butler, 179.

Franklin County had the most cases, with 72,853, followed by Cuyahoga, 59,363; Hamilton, 45,052; Montgomery, 30,676; Summit, 23,394; Butler, 24,488; Lucas, 22,440; Stark, 17,089; Warren, 13,156; and Mahoning, 12,458.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,418 cases (29 new), 116 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 1,532 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,731 cases (31 new), 111 hospitalizations, six deaths, 2,135 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,405 cases (42 new), 88 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 856 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 702 cases, 37 hospitalizations (18 new), 14 deaths, 432 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 579 cases (nine new), 50 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 364 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 569 cases (21 new), 32 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 306 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 885 cases (16 new), 63 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 668 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/16/20 5:25 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 123 deaths and 5,409 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon, adding that some of the numbers might appear to be low because of technical difficulties affecting the state’s coronavirus dashboard.

As of 2 p.m., the dashboard showed 7,777 deaths, 584,766 cases, 33,375 hospitalizations, 5,344 admissions to intensive care and 416,028 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,143 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,254 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 5,409, 9,620; deaths, 123, 72; hospitalizations, 497, 376; and ICU admissions, 61, 39.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,389 cases (11 new), 116 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 1,487 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,700 cases (23 new), 109 hospitalizations, six deaths, 2,089 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,363 cases (20 new), 84 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 835 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 684 cases, 37 hospitalizations (two new), 13 deaths, 417 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 570 cases (10 new), 50 hospitalizations, 23 deaths, 354 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 548 cases (eight new), 32 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 300 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 869 cases (14 new), 61 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 660 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/15/20 5:25 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 103 deaths and 8,755 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s dashboard showed 7,654 deaths, 579,357 cases, 32,878 hospitalizations, 5,283 admissions to intensive care and 404,810 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,296 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,311 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 8,755, 9,879; deaths, 103, 73; hospitalizations, 614, 372; and ICU admissions, 74, 38.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,368 cases (51 new), 115 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 1,431 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,677 cases (24 new), 108 hospitalizations, six deaths, 2,038 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,343 cases (49 new), 83 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 808 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 682 cases, 37 hospitalizations (11 new), 13 deaths, 401 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 560 cases (17 new), 49 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 342 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 540 cases (nine new), 32 hospitalizations, 24 deaths, 289 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 855 cases (five new), 61 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 653 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/14/20 3:10 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 59 deaths and 9,871 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s dashboard showed 7,551 deaths, 570,602 cases, 32,264 hospitalizations, 5,209 admissions to intensive care and 392,565 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,157 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,225 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 7,875, 9,871; deaths, 59, 73; hospitalizations, 291, 360; and ICU admissions, 38, 36.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,317 cases, 114 hospitalizations, 33 deaths, 1,356 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,653 cases, 107 hospitalizations, six deaths, 1,996 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,294 cases, 79 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 784 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 671 cases, 36 hospitalizations, 13 deaths, 391 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 543 cases, 49 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 331 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 531 cases, 32 hospitalizations, 18 deaths, 284 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 850 cases, 59 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 642 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/11/20 3:10 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 128 deaths and 10,359 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s dashboard showed 7,426 deaths, 542,209 cases, 31,536 hospitalizations, 5,134 admissions to intensive care and 370,932 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,091 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,207 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 10,359, 9,847; deaths, 128, 70; hospitalizations, 394, 361; and ICU admissions, 44, 37.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,133 cases (58 new), 114 hospitalizations, 33 deaths, 1,257 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,565 cases (63 new), 103 hospitalizations, six deaths, 1,882 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,230 cases (35 new), 78 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 709 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 634 cases (14 new), 36 hospitalizations, 13 deaths, 368 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 514 cases (15 new), 48 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 313 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 495 cases (14 new), 30 hospitalizations, 16 deaths, 256 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 807 cases (11 new), 58 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 606 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/10/20 3:10 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 111 deaths, including two men and a woman in Washington County, and 11,738 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon.

The deaths pushed the total in Washington County to 33 and the total in the Buckeye State to 7,298.

The deaths of 22 men and 11 women in Washington County have now been linked to the virus, according to the health’s department’s COVID-19 dashboard.

No identifying information about the latest victim was provided, but among the women, one was in her 40s, one was in her 60s, two were in their 70s and seven were in their 80s. Among the men, one was in his 40s, one was in his 50s, four were in their 60s, 10 were in their 70s and six were in their 80s.

As of 2 p.m., the state dashboard showed 7,298 deaths, 531,850 cases, 31,142 hospitalizations, 5,090 admissions to intensive care and 361,308 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,110 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,193 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 11,738, 9,773; deaths, 111, 67; hospitalizations, 452, 361; and ICU admissions, 31, 37.

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

- Washington County (Level 3, red): 2,075 cases (46 new), 114 hospitalizations, 33 deaths, 1,187 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,502 cases (29 new), 102 hospitalizations, six deaths, 1,851 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,195 cases (29 new), 78 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 682 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 620 cases (19 new), 36 hospitalizations, 13 deaths, 360 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 499 cases (nine new), 48 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 303 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 481 cases (21 new), 30 hospitalizations, 16 deaths, 238 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 796 cases (15 new), 57 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 593 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/9/20 3:10 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 84 deaths, including the 30th in Washington County, and 10,094 COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon.

The deaths of 20 men and 10 women in Washington County have now been linked to the virus, according to the health’s department’s COVID-19 dashboard.

No identifying information about the latest victim was provided, but among the women, one was in her 40s, one was in her 60s, one was in her 70s and seven were in their 80s. Among the men, one was in his 40s, one was in his 50s, four were in their 60s, 10 were in their 70s and four were in their 80s.

As of 2 p.m., the state dashboard showed 7,187 deaths, 520,112 cases, 30,690 hospitalizations, 5,059 admissions to intensive care and 351,268 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,198 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,229 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 10,094, 9,585; deaths, 84, 65; hospitalizations, 464, 356; and ICU admissions, 49, 37.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 2,029 cases (41 new), 112 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 1,148 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,473 cases (40 new), 101 hospitalizations, six deaths, 1,820 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,166 cases (48 new), 78 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 656 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 601 cases (22 new), 34 hospitalizations, 13 deaths, 343 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 490 cases (eight new), 48 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 295 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 460 cases (15 new), 29 hospitalizations, 16 deaths, 226 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 781 cases (10 new), 56 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 577 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/8/20 5:15 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported nearly 26,000 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, announcing that they had cleared up a statistical backlog that dated back to Nov. 1.

About half of the 25,721 cases were a part of the backlog, Gov. Mike DeWine said on Twitter as the the total number of cases climbed to 510,018.

As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, the health department’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 7,103 deaths, 510,018 cases, 30,226 hospitalizations, 5,010 admissions to intensive care and 341,008 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,181 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,210 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 25,721, 9,408; deaths, 81, 63; hospitalizations, 657, 351; and ICU admissions, 67, 36.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 1,988 cases (119 new), 107 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 1,059 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,433 cases (63 new), 101 hospitalizations, six deaths, 1,791 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,118 cases (56 new), 76 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 631 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 579 cases (14 new), 34 hospitalizations, 12 deaths, 322 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 482 cases (19 new), 47 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 288 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 445 cases (13 new), 28 hospitalizations, 16 deaths, 215 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 771 cases (29 new), 54 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 560 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/7/20 3:55 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 63 deaths and 9,273 COVID-19 cases Monday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the health department’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 7,022 deaths, 484,297 cases, 29,569 hospitalizations, 4,943 admissions to intensive care and 327,078 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,121 people hospitalized with the virus, including 1,163 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 9,273, 8,521; deaths, 63, 61; hospitalizations, 336, 338; and ICU admissions, 40, 34.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 1,869 cases, 104 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 969 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,370 cases, 97 hospitalizations, four deaths, 1,756 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 1,062 cases, 75 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 610 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 564 cases, 33 hospitalizations, 12 deaths, 320 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 463 cases, 46 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 277 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 432 cases, 27 hospitalizations, 16 deaths, 201 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 742 cases, 54 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 534 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/4/20 3:15 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 129 deaths and 10,114 COVID-19 cases Friday afternoon as a majority of the Buckeye State’s counties remained red on the state’s public-health advisory map.

It’s the third-highest daily death toll of the pandemic, Gov. Mike DeWine said in an afternoon briefing, pointing out that the toll is the number of deaths reported in the past 24 hours not the actual number of deaths that occurred during that time frame.

Among Ohio’s 88 counties, eight are at Level 4 purple, which is the highest classification and indicates severe spread exposure and spread of the virus. That list includes Lake, Lorain, Medina, Montgomery, Portage, Richland, Stark and Summit counties. Another eight counties are at Level 2 orange, which indicates increased exposure and spread. That list includes Washington, Gallia, Harrison, Hocking, Monroe, Noble, Vinton and Wyandot. The remaining 72 counties are Level 2 red, which indicates very high exposure and spread. There are no Level 1 yellow counties.

Meanwhile, as of 2 p.m. Friday, health department’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 6,882 deaths, 456,963 cases, 28,673 hospitalizations, 4,847 admissions to intensive care and 306,950 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,092 people hospitalized in the state, including 1,208 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 10.114, 8,306; deaths, 129, 56; hospitalizations, 392, 325; and ICU admissions, 33, 33.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 1,752 cases (111 new), 100 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 864 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,256 cases (43 new), 91 hospitalizations, four deaths, 1,703 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 978 cases (22 new), 69 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 543 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 506 cases (10 new), 32 hospitalizations, 12 deaths, 295 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 428 cases (18 new), 45 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 252 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 391 cases (21 new), 21 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 183 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 708 cases (10 new), 53 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 500 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/3/20 6:05 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - A 29th death linked to COVID-10 in Washington County was among 82 deaths reported across Ohio by state health officials on Thursday.

No additional information was released, but the death comes follows one announced on Tuesday.

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, the state Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 6,753 deaths, 446,849 cases, 28,281 hospitalizations, 4,814 admissions to intensive care and 298,332 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,142 people hospitalized in the state, including 1,204 who were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 8,921, 8,209; deaths, 82, 52; hospitalizations, 396, 320; and ICU admissions, 33, 32.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 1,641 cases (94 new), 95 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 810 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,213 cases (43 new), 90 hospitalizations, four deaths, 1,688 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 956 cases (76 new), 69 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 516 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 496 cases (18 new), 31 hospitalizations, 12 deaths, 289 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 410 cases (12 new), 45 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 248 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 2, orange): 370 cases (25 new), 21 hospitalizations, 14 deaths, 175 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 698 cases (14 new), 53 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 482 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/2/20 6:05 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - Ohio health officials reported 123 deaths and 7,835 new COVID-10 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, the state Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 6,671 deaths, 437,928 cases, 27,885 hospitalizations, 4,781 admissions to intensive care and 289,768 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,208 people hospitalized in the state, including 1,222 of whom were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 7,835, 8,122; deaths, 123, 50; hospitalizations, 436, 314; and ICU admissions, 52, 31.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 1,547 cases (51 new), 91 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 754 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,170 cases (41 new), 90 hospitalizations, four deaths, 1,661 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 880 cases, 65 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 473 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 478 cases (14 new), 31 hospitalizations, 12 deaths, 282 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 398 cases (eight new), 42 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 236 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 2, orange): 345 cases (26 new), 20 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 170 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 684 cases (13 new), 52 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 460 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 12/1/20

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - Ohio health officials reported 119 COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday afternoon, including the 28th in Washington County.

No other details about the death in Washington County were immediately available, but the deaths of 18 men and 10 women in the county have been linked to the virus, according to the state Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard. Among the female victims, seven have been in their 80s, with three others in their 40s, 60s or 70s. Among the male victims, nine have been in their 70s, four in their 60s, three in their 80s and two others in their 40s and 50s.

As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, the state Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 6,548 deaths, 430,093 cases, 27,449 hospitalizations, 4,729 admissions to intensive care and 280,716 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 5,226 people hospitalized in the state, including 1,233 of whom were being treated in intensive-care units.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 9.030, 8,029; deaths, 119, 48; hospitalizations, 585, 305; and ICU admissions, 47, 31.

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

- Washington County (Level 2, orange): 1,496 cases, 89 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 714 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 2,129 cases, 89 hospitalizations, four deaths, 1,639 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 880 cases, 65 hospitalizations, 15 deaths, 473 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 464 cases, 31 hospitalizations, 12 deaths, 278 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 390 cases, 42 hospitalizations, 22 deaths, 228 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 2, orange): 319 cases, 19 hospitalizations, five deaths, 161 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 2, orange: 671 cases, 51 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 440 presumed recoveries

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