COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Department of Health reported Monday the buckeye state now has 1,933 confirmed coronavirus cases spread across 70 of the state’s 88 counties, with 39 deaths.
Monday’s numbers indicate the case total was up 17% from 1,653 cases the previous day, while the number of deaths increased from 29. The increase was the smallest daily change in Ohio since March 10, when the case total held at 3.
Officials with the Ohio Department of Health say most of the COVID-19 cases are concentrated in the largest urban areas of Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, though on a per capita bases they rates run higher in Northeast Ohio.
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