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There are now 442 positive COVID-19 cases in Ohio; 6 deaths

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Posted at 2:00 PM, Mar 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-23 14:53:08-04

COLUMBUS, Ohio — There are now 442 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of health.

As of Monday, six people have died from the virus, with other cases under investigation.

The age ranges of the cases are between infant-aged 91-years-old. The median age is 52. 104 of Ohio COVID-19 patients required hospitalization.

Sunday, there were 351 confirmed cases in the state.

There are 46 counties with postive COVID-19 cases. Here is a number of cases by county:

Ashland (1), Ashtabula (3), Belmont (2), Butler (17), Carroll (2), Clark (1), Clermont (5), Clinton (1), Columbiana (2), Coshocton (3), Cuyahoga (149), Darke (1), Defiance (2), Delaware (7), Erie (1), Franklin (44), Gallia (1), Geauga (2), Greene (1), Hamilton (26), Hancock (1), Highland (1), Huron (1), Knox (1), Lake (8), Licking (1), Logan (1), Lorain (24), Lucas (9), Madison (1), Mahoning (23), Marion (3), Medina (15), Miami (17), Montgomery (7), Portage (2), Richland (1), Sandusky (1), Stark (12), Summit (28), Trumbull (3), Tuscarawas (2), Union (1), Warren (5), Washington (1), Wood (2)

Additional Coronavirus information and resources:

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Click here for a page with resources including a COVID-19 overview from the CDC, details on cases in Ohio, a timeline of Governor Mike DeWine's orders since the outbreak, coronavirus' impact on Northeast Ohio, and link to more information from the Ohio Department of Health, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, the CDC and the WHO.

View a global coronavirus tracker with data from Johns Hopkins University.

Here is everything you need to know about testing for coronavirus in Ohio.

Here's a list of things in Northeast Ohio closed due to coronavirus concerns

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