There are now 704 positive COVID-19 cases in Ohio; 10 deaths

Posted at 2:07 PM, Mar 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-25 14:34:56-04

There are now 704 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

As of Wednesday, 10 people have died from the virus - two in Cuyahoga County, one in Erie County, two in Franklin County, one in Gallia County, one in Lucas County, one in Miami County and two in Stark County.

New statistics released by the ODH show there have been 75 ICU admissions and 182 hospitalizations in connection with COVID-19.

The median age of patients with coronavirus is 51, with an age range of under 1 years old to 94. Of patients with COVID-19, 53% are male versus 47% female.

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