By October 22, 190,430 cases were reported in Ohio since the beginning of the pandemic, leading to 5,161 deaths. By October 27, 202,740 cases were reported, leading to 5,239 deaths. On October 29, the number of new cases recorded in 24 hours topped 3,500 for the first time. 3,845 new cases were reported October 30.
Sources:"Ohio Department of Health's Coronavirus Website". coronavirus.ohio.gov. Notes: Prior to March 2, 2021 ODH statistics count confirmed cases + CDC Expanded Case Definition (Probable), deaths count confirmed deaths + CDC Expanded Death Definition (Probable).
COVID-19 pandemic medical cases in Ohio by county. County Cases Deaths Recov. Pop. Cases / 100k Deaths / 100k Ref. 88 / 88 1,420,205 22,273 – ...
Cases and positivity rates spiked in mid-to-late November, with multiple days of a record-breaking number of cases reported in Ohio. Franklin County issued a 28-day stay-at-home advisory on November 17, warning residents to only leave their homes for work, school, or essentials.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an ongoing viral pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a novel infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The pandemic has affected the city of Columbus, Ohio , as Ohio's stay-at-home order shuttered all nonessential businesses, and is causing event cancellations into 2021.
On 13 May 2020, it was reported that Latin America and the Caribbean had reported over 400,000 cases of COVID-19 infection with, 23,091 deaths. On 22 May 2020, citing the rapid increase of infections in Brazil, the WHO declared South America the epicentre of the pandemic.
COVID-19 pandemic in the United States by state and territory. U.S. state or territory Cases Deaths Recov. Hosp. Ref. 56 / 56 43,878,496 704,233