Latest Ohio COVID-19 numbers, news


These are the statewide COVID-19 numbers for the State of Ohio as of Monday afternoon. The state also reports 59 Clinton County deaths since the pandemic began, of 3,554 cases, of which 3,417 are listed as “Presumed Recovered.” Gov. Mike DeWine stated Monday that the Ohio Department of Health will be “consolidating its health orders and will issue a simplified health order that encompasses previous orders and streamlines them to underscore the most important tenants of infection prevention like masking, social distancing, and limiting large gatherings.” Capacity for indoor events will remain at 25 percent due to spacing requirements, but, stated Ohio Health Director Stephanie McCloud, the new order will still recommend mask-wearing when you are inside, or outside with no social distancing; groups are recommended to still not exceed 10 people; and maintain six feet of social distancing. DeWine announced that he has asked Ohio’s local health departments and vaccine providers that are offering the Pfizer vaccine to coordinate with local high schools to offer vaccinations to high school students who are 16 or older. Pfizer is the only vaccine that is currently approved for children as young as 16.

These are the statewide COVID-19 numbers for the State of Ohio as of Monday afternoon. The state also reports 59 Clinton County deaths since the pandemic began, of 3,554 cases, of which 3,417 are listed as “Presumed Recovered.” Gov. Mike DeWine stated Monday that the Ohio Department of Health will be “consolidating its health orders and will issue a simplified health order that encompasses previous orders and streamlines them to underscore the most important tenants of infection prevention like masking, social distancing, and limiting large gatherings.” Capacity for indoor events will remain at 25 percent due to spacing requirements, but, stated Ohio Health Director Stephanie McCloud, the new order will still recommend mask-wearing when you are inside, or outside with no social distancing; groups are recommended to still not exceed 10 people; and maintain six feet of social distancing. DeWine announced that he has asked Ohio’s local health departments and vaccine providers that are offering the Pfizer vaccine to coordinate with local high schools to offer vaccinations to high school students who are 16 or older. Pfizer is the only vaccine that is currently approved for children as young as 16.


State of Ohio

These are the statewide COVID-19 numbers for the State of Ohio as of Monday afternoon. The state also reports 59 Clinton County deaths since the pandemic began, of 3,554 cases, of which 3,417 are listed as “Presumed Recovered.” Gov. Mike DeWine stated Monday that the Ohio Department of Health will be “consolidating its health orders and will issue a simplified health order that encompasses previous orders and streamlines them to underscore the most important tenants of infection prevention like masking, social distancing, and limiting large gatherings.” Capacity for indoor events will remain at 25 percent due to spacing requirements, but, stated Ohio Health Director Stephanie McCloud, the new order will still recommend mask-wearing when you are inside, or outside with no social distancing; groups are recommended to still not exceed 10 people; and maintain six feet of social distancing. DeWine announced that he has asked Ohio’s local health departments and vaccine providers that are offering the Pfizer vaccine to coordinate with local high schools to offer vaccinations to high school students who are 16 or older. Pfizer is the only vaccine that is currently approved for children as young as 16.

These are the statewide COVID-19 numbers for the State of Ohio as of Monday afternoon. The state also reports 59 Clinton County deaths since the pandemic began, of 3,554 cases, of which 3,417 are listed as “Presumed Recovered.” Gov. Mike DeWine stated Monday that the Ohio Department of Health will be “consolidating its health orders and will issue a simplified health order that encompasses previous orders and streamlines them to underscore the most important tenants of infection prevention like masking, social distancing, and limiting large gatherings.” Capacity for indoor events will remain at 25 percent due to spacing requirements, but, stated Ohio Health Director Stephanie McCloud, the new order will still recommend mask-wearing when you are inside, or outside with no social distancing; groups are recommended to still not exceed 10 people; and maintain six feet of social distancing. DeWine announced that he has asked Ohio’s local health departments and vaccine providers that are offering the Pfizer vaccine to coordinate with local high schools to offer vaccinations to high school students who are 16 or older. Pfizer is the only vaccine that is currently approved for children as young as 16.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/04/web1_Screenshot-312-1-1.jpgThese are the statewide COVID-19 numbers for the State of Ohio as of Monday afternoon. The state also reports 59 Clinton County deaths since the pandemic began, of 3,554 cases, of which 3,417 are listed as “Presumed Recovered.” Gov. Mike DeWine stated Monday that the Ohio Department of Health will be “consolidating its health orders and will issue a simplified health order that encompasses previous orders and streamlines them to underscore the most important tenants of infection prevention like masking, social distancing, and limiting large gatherings.” Capacity for indoor events will remain at 25 percent due to spacing requirements, but, stated Ohio Health Director Stephanie McCloud, the new order will still recommend mask-wearing when you are inside, or outside with no social distancing; groups are recommended to still not exceed 10 people; and maintain six feet of social distancing. DeWine announced that he has asked Ohio’s local health departments and vaccine providers that are offering the Pfizer vaccine to coordinate with local high schools to offer vaccinations to high school students who are 16 or older. Pfizer is the only vaccine that is currently approved for children as young as 16. State of Ohio