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UPDATE: Ohio reports 58 deaths, 1,976 new COVID-19 cases on Friday

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Published: Feb. 1, 2021 at 5:57 PM EST|Updated: Feb. 26, 2021 at 2:34 PM EST
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UPDATE: 2/26/21 2:35 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 58 deaths and 1,976 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m. Friday, the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 17,183 deaths, 964,380 cases, 50,118 hospitalizations, 7,119 admissions to intensive care and 904,270 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,573,435 vaccinations started, or 13.46 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,235 people hospitalized with the virus, 27 fewer than on Thursday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 308, 30 fewer than on Thursday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 1,976, 2,374; deaths, 58, 267; hospitalizations, 167,132; and ICU admissions, 15, 14.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,723 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,198; Hamilton, 958; Summit, 954; Montgomery, 883; Stark, 837; Lucas, 761; Mahoning, 540; Butler, 468; and Trumball, 460.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 111,496 followed by Cuyahoga, 95,078, Hamilton, 72,988; Montgomery, 47,128; Summit, 39,949; Butler, 35,292; Lucas, 35,069; Stark, 29,218; Warren, 22,294; and Lorain, 21,904.

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): 4,587 cases 184 hospitalizations, 87 deaths, 8,538 vaccinations, 4,201 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,609 cases, 165 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 8,615 vaccinations, 4,211 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,207 cases, 129 hospitalizations, 46 deaths, 4,245 vaccinations, 2,062 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,346 cases, 62 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 3,091 vaccinations, 1,220 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,156 cases, 96 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 1,935 vaccinations, 1,066 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 1,004 cases, 57 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 1,987 vaccinations, 892 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,284 cases, 89 hospitalizations, 42 deaths, 1,905 vaccinations, 1,204 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/25/21 2:45 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 80 deaths and 2,409 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 17,045 deaths, 959,995 cases, 49,951 hospitalizations, 7,104 admissions to intensive care and 901,025 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,530,823 vaccinations started, or 13.10 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,262 people hospitalized with the virus, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 338

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 2,409, 2,455; deaths, 80, 267; hospitalizations, 163, 135; and ICU admissions, 21, 14.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,715 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,196; Hamilton, 954; Summit, 950; Montgomery, 879; Stark, 836; Lucas, 757; Mahoning, 540; Butler, 464; and Trumball, 458.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 111,312 followed by Cuyahoga, 94,867, Hamilton, 72,843; Montgomery, 47,066; Summit, 39,845; Butler, 35,195; Lucas, 34,971; Stark, 29,161; Warren, 22,244; and Lorain, 21,846.

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): 4,564 cases, 183 hospitalizations, 87 deaths, 8,424 vaccinations, 4,174 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,594 cases, 165 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 8,146 vaccinations, 4,180 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,202 cases, 129 hospitalizations, 46 deaths, 4,098 vaccinations, 2,055 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,340 cases, 62 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 2,918 vaccinations, 1,208 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,156 cases, 96 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 1,695 vaccinations, 1,062 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 999 cases, 57 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 1,961 vaccinations, 888 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,284 cases, 89 hospitalizations, 42 deaths, 1,805 vaccinations, 1,201 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/23/21 3 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 94 deaths and 2,775 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 16,968 deaths, 958,153 cases, 49,651 hospitalizations, 7,073 admissions to intensive care and 894,113 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,474,872 vaccinations started, or 12.62 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,359 people hospitalized with the virus, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 366.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 2,775, 2,639; deaths, 94, 268; hospitalizations, 159, 142; and ICU admissions, 29, 16.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,702 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,191; Hamilton, 944; Summit, 941; Montgomery, 869; Stark, 826; Lucas, 755; Mahoning, 533; Butler, 461; and Trumball, 454.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 110,938 followed by Cuyahoga, 94,420, Hamilton, 72,486; Montgomery, 46,927; Summit, 39,637; Butler, 35,004; Lucas, 34,724; Stark, 29,011; Warren, 22,137; and Lorain, 21,738.

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): 4,512 cases, 181 hospitalizations, 86 deaths, 8,263 vaccinations, 4,108 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,562 cases, 165 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 7,832 vaccinations, 4,131 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,194 cases, 129 hospitalizations, 46 deaths, 3,879 vaccinations, 2,041 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,335 cases, 58 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 2,714 vaccinations, 1,192 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,149 cases, 95 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 1,612 vaccinations, 1,053 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 988 cases, 57 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 1,883 vaccinations, 885 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,278 cases, 89 hospitalizations, 42 deaths, 1,701 vaccinations, 1,196 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/18/21 6:15 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 98 deaths and 2,282 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 16,611 deaths, 947,389 cases, 49,061 hospitalizations, 7,002 admissions to intensive care and 876,697 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,369,627 vaccinations started, or 11.72 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,516 people hospitalized with the virus, 23 fewer than on Wednesday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 422, 25 fewer than on Wednesday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 2,282, 3,032; deaths, 98, 267; hospitalizations, 173, 156; and ICU admissions, 28, 17.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,656 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,175; Hamilton, 925; Summit, 915; Montgomery, 855; Stark, 813; Lucas, 748; Mahoning, 530; Butler, 452; and Trumball, 445.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 109,830 followed by Cuyahoga, 93,399, Hamilton, 71,567; Montgomery, 46,563; Summit, 39,100; Butler, 34,548; Lucas, 34,243; Stark, 28,627; Warren, 21,806; and Lorain, 21,438.

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): 4,454 cases (20 new), 179 hospitalizations, 86 deaths, 7,229 vaccinations, 4,025 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,480 cases (13 new), 162 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 7,213 vaccinations, 3,990 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,166 cases (three new), 129 hospitalizations, 45 deaths, 3,643 vaccinations, 1,999 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,316 cases (six new), 55 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 2,407 vaccinations, 1,146 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,133 cases (zero new), 95 hospitalizations, 37 deaths, 1,374 vaccinations, 1,038 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 963 cases (11 new), 57 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 1,738 vaccinations, 857 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,273 cases (four new), 89 hospitalizations, 42 deaths, 1,683 vaccinations, 1,185 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/17/21

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 60 deaths and 1,816 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 16,513 deaths, 945,107 cases, 48,888 hospitalizations, 6,974 admissions to intensive care and 872,282 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,339,231 vaccinations started, or 11.46 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,539 people hospitalized with the virus, 27 fewer than on Tuesday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 447, 19 fewer than on Tuesday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 1,816, 3,182; deaths, 60, 266; hospitalizations, 149, 160; and ICU admissions, 25, 17.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,648 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,172; Hamilton, 917; Summit, 899; Montgomery, 850; Stark, 810; Lucas, 747; Mahoning, 527; Butler, 452; and Trumball, 442.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 109,605 followed by Cuyahoga, 93,157, Hamilton, 71,388; Montgomery, 46,480; Summit, 38,965; Butler, 34,439; Lucas, 34,174; Stark, 28,552; Warren, 21,748; and Lorain, 21,377.

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): 4,434 cases (17 new), 179 hospitalizations, 86 deaths, 7,511 vaccinations, 4,004 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,467 cases (15 new), 162 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 7,042 vaccinations, 3,950 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,163 cases (five new), 129 hospitalizations, 45 deaths, 3,566 vaccinations, 1,993 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,310 cases (four new), 55 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 2,392 vaccinations, 1,136 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,134 cases (19 new), 95 hospitalizations, 37 deaths, 1,372 vaccinations, 1,029 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 952 cases (nine new), 57 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 1,722 vaccinations, 853 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,269 cases (one new), 86 hospitalizations, 42 deaths, 1,681 vaccinations, 1,183 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/16/21 6 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 59 deaths and 2,026 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 16,453 deaths, 943,291 cases, 48,739 hospitalizations, 6,949 admissions to intensive care and 867,627 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,324,206 vaccinations started, or 11.33 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,566 people hospitalized with the virus,67 fewer than on Monday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 466, eight fewer than on Monday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 2,026, 3,351; deaths, 59, 267; hospitalizations, 104, 165; and ICU admissions, 10, 17.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,640 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,169; Hamilton, 913; Summit, 898; Montgomery, 848; Stark, 802; Lucas, 745; Mahoning, 525; Butler, 447; and Trumball, 441.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 109,415 followed by Cuyahoga, 93,069, Hamilton, 71,245; Montgomery, 46,442; Summit, 38,838; Butler, 34,372; Lucas, 34,122; Stark, 28,508; Warren, 21,702; and Lorain, 21,343.

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): 4,417 cases (four new), 178 hospitalizations, 86 deaths, 7,448 vaccinations, 3,975 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,452 cases (14 new), 162 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 7,011 vaccinations, 3,915 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,158 cases (six new), 128 hospitalizations, 44 deaths, 3,663 vaccinations, 1,984 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,306 cases (four new), 55 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 2,392 vaccinations, 1,115 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,115 cases (two new), 94 hospitalizations, 37 deaths, 1,370 vaccinations, 1,025 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 943 cases (zero new), 57 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 1,716 vaccinations, 853 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,268 cases (five new), 86 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 1,666 vaccinations, 1,178 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/15/21 6 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 48 deaths and 1,915 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 16,394 deaths, 941,265 cases, 48,635 hospitalizations, 6,939 admissions to intensive care and 862,328 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,307,563 vaccinations started, or 11.19 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,633 people hospitalized with the virus, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 474.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 1,915, 3,458; deaths, 48, 268; hospitalizations, 79, 174; and ICU admissions, six, 18.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,634 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Franklin, 1,168; Hamilton, 909; Summit, 900; Montgomery, 845; Stark, 795; Lucas, 745; Mahoning, 521; Butler, 443; and Trumball, 438.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 109,190, followed by Cuyahoga, 92,902, Hamilton, 71,123; Montgomery, 46,369; Summit, 38,688; Butler, 34,306; Lucas, 34,075; Stark, 28,434; Warren, 21,634; and Lorain, 21,291.

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): 4,413 cases, 178 hospitalizations, 86 deaths, 7,413 vaccinations, 3,936 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,438 cases, 162 hospitalizations, 30 deaths, 6,961 vaccinations, 3,872 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,152 cases, 128 hospitalizations, 44 deaths, 3,648 vaccinations, 1,972 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,302 cases, 55 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 2,390 vaccinations, 1,101 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,113 cases, 93 hospitalizations, 37 deaths, 1,369 vaccinations, 1,018 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 946 cases, 57 hospitalizations, 33 deaths, 1,707 vaccinations, 837 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,263 cases, 86 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 1,664 vaccinations, 1,176 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/11/21 3:40 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 721 deaths and 3,892 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon as officials reported that an audit had revealed as many as 4,000 unreported deaths.

Officials said the tally of deaths will be updated during the coming week, resulting in inflated daily totals. Of the 721 deaths confirmed on Thursday, officials said about 650 of those were a result of the ongoing audit. Most of the unreported deaths occurred in November and December, officials said.

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 12,577 deaths, 931,437 cases, 48,269 hospitalizations, 6,908 admissions to intensive care and 848,058 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,161,056 vaccinations started, or 9.93 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,862 people hospitalized with the virus, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 479.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 2,806, 3,892; deaths, 721, 98; hospitalizations, 189, 188; and ICU admissions, 19, 21.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,287 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Summit, 843; Franklin, 783; Lucas, 709; Montgomery, 539; Stark, 538; Hamilton, 538; Mahoning, 379; Trumball, 351; and Butler, 304.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 108,226 followed by Cuyahoga, 91,924, Hamilton, 70,320; Montgomery, 45,972; Summit, 38,210; Butler, 33,874; Lucas, 33,762; Stark, 28,114; Warren, 21,427; and Lorain, 20,987.

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): 4,341 cases, 176 hospitalizations, 59 deaths, 7,060 vaccinations, 3,873 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,308 cases, 162 hospitalizations, 26 deaths, 6,062 vaccinations, 3,769 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,135 cases, 126 hospitalizations, 34 deaths, 3,150 vaccinations, 1,931 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,276 cases, 55 hospitalizations, 29 deaths, 2,199 vaccinations, 1,058 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,106 cases, 93 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 1,360 vaccinations, 987 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 929 cases, 56 hospitalizations, 32 deaths, 1,556 vaccinations, 810 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,255 cases, 86 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 1,505 vaccinations, 1,168 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/9/21 2:45 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 98 deaths and 3,207 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Tuesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 11,793 deaths, 925,350 cases, 47,853 hospitalizations, 6,869 admissions to intensive care and 834,389 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 1,076,415 vaccinations started, or 9.21 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 1,974 people hospitalized with the virus, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 528.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 3,207, 4,252; deaths, 98, 69; hospitalizations, 181, 202; and ICU admissions, 22, 23.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,233 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Summit, 820; Franklin, 714; Lucas, 692; Hamilton, 487; Montgomery, 475; Stark, 474; Mahoning, 345; Trumball, 339; and Clark, 300.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 107,627 followed by Cuyahoga, 91,474, Hamilton, 69,858; Montgomery, 45,730; Summit, 37,898; Butler, 33,597; Lucas, 33,564; Stark, 27,929; Warren, 21,307; and Lorain, 20,801.

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): 4,301 cases , 170 hospitalizations, 53 deaths, 6,771 vaccinations, 3,795 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,263 cases, 160 hospitalizations, 13 deaths, 5,769 vaccinations, 3,697 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,111 cases, 124 hospitalizations, 33 deaths, 3,013 vaccinations, 1,902 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,261 cases, 53 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 2,054 vaccinations, 1,035 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,102 cases, 93 hospitalizations, 36 deaths, 1,294 vaccinations, 978 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 924 cases, 56 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 1,429 vaccinations, 800 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,248 cases, 86 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 1,368 vaccinations, 1,159 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/5/21 2:30 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 62 deaths and 3,683 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Friday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 11,571 deaths, 914,530 cases, 47,338 hospitalizations, 6,821 admissions to intensive care and 812.707 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 974,586 vaccinations started, or 8.34 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 2,170 people hospitalized with the virus, 82 fewer than on Thursday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 552, 17 fewer than on Thursday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 3,683, 4,766; deaths, 62, 72; hospitalizations, 228, 216; and ICU admissions, 21, 23.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,219 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Summit, 820; Franklin, 712; Lucas, 690; Hamilton, 473; Montgomery, 467; Stark, 467; Mahoning, 340; Trumball, 332; and Clark, 295.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 106,526 followed by Cuyahoga, 90,623 Hamilton, 68,895; Montgomery, 45,256; Summit, 37,327; Lucas, 33,215; Butler, 33,104; Stark, 27,572; Warren, 21,020; and Lorain, 20,505.

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): 4,204 cases (40 new), 169 hospitalizations, 52 deaths, 6,445 vaccinations, 3,623 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,189 cases (20 new), 157 hospitalizations, 10 deaths, 4,678 vaccinations, 3,606 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,093 cases (nine new), 122 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 2,809 vaccinations, 1,865 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,241 cases (18 new), 52 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 1,858 vaccinations, 993 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,089 cases (four new), 92 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, 1,249 vaccinations, 944 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 920 cases (four new), 56 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 1,294 vaccinations, 764 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,244 cases (four new ), 85 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 1,210 vaccinations, 1,142 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/4/21 6:15 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 79 deaths and 4,120 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Thursday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 11,509 deaths, 910,847 cases, 47,110 hospitalizations, 6,800 admissions to intensive care and 806,347 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 935,383 vaccinations started, or 8 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 2,252 people hospitalized with the virus, 127 fewer than on Wednesday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 569, 58 fewer than on Wednesday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 4,120, 4,931; deaths, 79, 72; hospitalizations, 237, 220; and ICU admissions, 34, 24.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,216 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Summit, 821; Franklin, 712; Lucas, 685; Hamilton, 468; Stark, 467; Montgomery, 461; Mahoning, 340; Trumball, 331; and Clark, 295.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 106,211 followed by Cuyahoga, 90,243 Hamilton, 68,541; Montgomery, 45,132; Summit, 37,151; Lucas, 33,105; Butler, 32,921; Stark, 27,453; Warren, 20,929; and Lorain, 20,412.

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): 4,164 cases (25 new), 168 hospitalizations, 52 deaths, 6,136 vaccinations, 3,573 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,169 cases (42 new), 157 hospitalizations, 10 deaths, 4,430 vaccinations, 3,588 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,082 cases (13 new), 122 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 2,653 vaccinations, 1,858 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,223 cases (20 new since), 52 hospitalizations, 28 deaths, 1,702 vaccinations, 980 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,085 cases (two new), 92 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, 1,133 vaccinations, 937 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 916 cases (six new), 56 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 1,264 vaccinations, 757 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,240 cases (five new), 85 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 1,094 vaccinations, 1,134 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/3/21 6:45 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 94 deaths and 3,991 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Wednesday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 11,430 deaths, 906,727 cases, 46,873 hospitalizations, 6,766 admissions to intensive care and 799,819 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 908,096 vaccinations started, or 7.77 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 2,379 people hospitalized with the virus, 142 fewer than on Monday, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 627, 25 fewer than on Monday.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 3,991, 5,099; deaths, 94, 74; hospitalizations, 214, 225; and ICU admissions, 36, 24.

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): 4,139 cases (79 new since Monday), 167 hospitalizations, 52 deaths, 5,993 vaccinations, 3,524 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,127 cases (67 new since Monday), 156 hospitalizations, 10 deaths, 4,307 vaccinations, 3,556 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,069 cases (18 new since Monday), 121 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 2,568 vaccinations, 1,845 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,203 cases (18 new since Monday), 52 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 1,632 vaccinations, 976 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,083 cases (nine new since Monday), 90 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, 1,126 vaccinations, 929 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 912 cases (14 new since Monday), 55 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 1,222 vaccinations, 746 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,235 cases (four new since Monday), 85 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 943 vaccinations, 1,130 presumed recoveries

UPDATE: 2/1/21 5;45 P.M.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTAP) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 55 deaths and 3,287 new COVID-19 cases in statistics updated Monday afternoon.

As of 2 p.m., the state’s COVID-19 dashboard showed 11,230 deaths, 899,079 cases, 46,438 hospitalizations, 6,709 admissions to intensive care and 786,249 presumed recoveries. The dashboard also showed 853,965 vaccinations started, or 7.31 percent of the state’s population.

The dashboard also showed 2,521 people hospitalized with the virus, and the number of patients in intensive-care units was 652.

The daily total and three-week averages for cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are as follows: cases, 3,287, 5,434; deaths, 55, 73; hospitalizations, 223, 241; and ICU admissions, 19, 25.

Statewide, the dashboard showed Cuyahoga County with 1,204 deaths to lead the state. The rest of the top 10 included: Summit, 809; Franklin, 709; Lucas, 669; Stark, 466; Hamilton, 460; Montgomery, 433; Mahoning, 339; Trumball, 326; and Clark, 289.

Franklin County continued to have the most cases, with 105,102 followed by Cuyahoga, 89,371 Hamilton, 67,394; Montgomery, 44,687; Summit, 36,541; Lucas, 32,747; Butler, 32,470; Stark, 27,073; Warren, 20,618; and Lorain, 20,107.

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): 4,060 cases, 166 hospitalizations, 51 deaths, 5,429 vaccinations, 3,442 presumed recoveries

- Athens County (Level 3, red): 4,060 cases, 155 hospitalizations, nine deaths, 4,247 vaccinations, 3,490 presumed recoveries

- Gallia County (Level 2, orange): 2,051 cases, 119 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 2,500 vaccinations, 1,830 presumed recoveries

- Meigs County (Level 3, red): 1,185 cases, 52 hospitalizations, 25 deaths, 1,611 vaccinations, 956 presumed recoveries

- Monroe County (Level 2, orange): 1,074 cases, 90 hospitalizations, 35 deaths, 1,088 vaccinations, 906 presumed recoveries

- Morgan County (Level 3, red): 898 cases, 53 hospitalizations, 31 deaths, 1,093 vaccinations, 722 presumed recoveries

- Noble County (Level 3, red: 1,231 cases, 85 hospitalizations, 41 deaths, 920 vaccinations, 1,119 presumed recoveries

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