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Are Covid 19 Cases Declining In Ohio

Are Covid 19 Cases Declining In Ohio. Posted Feb 25 2021 Nursing homes were an early focus of COVID-19. Its unclear exactly why cases have fallen so much recently but the drop is likely due to a variety of factors said Dr.

Coronavirus Over 1 400 New Cases 55 Hospitalizations Reported Sunday
Coronavirus Over 1 400 New Cases 55 Hospitalizations Reported Sunday from www.whio.com

Scroll down to see the latest numbers. The counts below reflect current and cumulative cases of COVID-19 among facility staff and residents reported to the Ohio Department of Health. Ohios new coronavirus cases have fallen sharply in the past month but the states COVID-19 alert map has not changed in three weeks.

COVID-19 cases in Ohios nursing homes are starting to drop but experts at a Monday legislative briefing hosted by AARP said long-term care in the state still needs reform.

A total of 1842 new cases including 83 in Summit County were reported on Wednesday. Cumulative counts are defined as residents or staff that had. 28 84 of Ohios 88 counties have been shaded red. Mike DeWine said he would to see his state have fewer than 2500 COVID-19 patients in hospitals.