COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Ohio Department of Health is scheduled to release the latest number of COVID-19 cases in the state at 2 p.m., Friday.
Numbers as of Thursday, Jan. 13 follow:
The 21-day case average is above 17,600.
The department reported 9,677 people started the vaccination process, bringing the total to 7,084,804, which is 60.61% of the state’s population. And 24,987 received booster shots.
The Ohio Hospital Association reported the following numbers related to COVID-19 patients:
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An Illinois based company with multiple complaints to the BBB with hundreds of COVID-19 testing locations across the country is temporarily closing all of its sites, including here in central Ohio. The Ohio Department of Health is prioritizing free rapid tests for schools and colleges in Ohio. It’s putting a pause on distribution to other community partners like libraries and health departments. when Aryeh Alex, the commissioner for Columbus Franklin County Metro Parks, was diagnosed with COVID-19 the medical team at OSU Wexner reached out, informing him he’d met the criteria for Pfizer’s antiviral COVID pill known as paxlovid.
Go to this website for the current quarantine and isolation guidance from the Centers for Disease Control.
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