Scioto County’s First COVID Death

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The county recorded its first COVID-19 death and Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said day care providers can return to full classroom capacity.  Let’s take a look at today’s important announcements.

Scioto County EMA Director Larry Mullins said a Scioto County Resident has died of COVID-19.  This is the first death linked to COVID-19 for the County. Mullins said he couldn’t give many details due to privacy regulations. He did say the patient was a 58-year-old man who died in a Columbus after being transferred to a hospital there. He offered condolences to the family.

Scioto County’s COVID-19 count increased by 12 today. That brings the total number of cases to 150 with 55 active cases in the county.  Ninety of those 138 people have recovered.

Ohio’s COVID-19 cases increased by 1,320 on Tuesday. The Governor said, 1,144 people are currently hospitalized with the virus. We break down important information about day cares, county fairs, and a local church outbreak in these next 4 slides.

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