There are now 247 positive COVID-19 cases in Ohio; 3 deaths

Posted at 2:03 PM, Mar 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-21 15:03:14-04

COLUMBUS, Ohio — There are now 247 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of health.

As of Saturday, three people have died from the virus.

The age ranges of the cases are between 1 and 91-years-old with a median age of 51 years. 108 of the patients are females and 139 patients are males. Fifty-eight of those patients required hospitalization.

Friday, there were 169 confirmed cases in the state.

Two deaths were reported Friday—one in Lucas County and one in Erie County.

Number of counties with cases:

Ashland (1), Ashtabula (1), Belmont (2), Butler (16), Clark (1), Clermont (2), Coshocton (2), Cuyahoga (92), Darke (1), Defiance (2), Delaware (4), Erie (1), Franklin (21), Gallia (1), Geauga (1), Hamilton (8), Huron (1), Lake (4), Licking (1), Lorain (14), Lucas (4), Mahoning (14), Marion (1), Medina (9), Miami (11), Montgomery (1), Richland (1), Stark (8), Summit (15), Trumbull (3), Tuscarawas (1), Union (1), Warren (2)

According to Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, there are hot spots in several areas in Ohio including Cleveland, Dayton, Cuyahoga County and Tuscarawas County.

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