New Coronavirus Cases and Hospitalizations Decline in Ohio on Sunday, Deaths Increase by 17

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The rate of increases for new Chinese coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Ohio declined on Sunday, although the number of deaths climbed by 17.

The data is provided by The COVID Tracking Project, and is available here. The project has taken multiple screenshots every day of the Ohio Department of Health’s COVID-19 portal, which is here, to provide and document the numbers.

Cumulative positive cases on Sunday were 4,043, up 8.1 percent from 3,739 on Saturday. There were 1,104 hospitalized in the state on Sunday, up 9.7 percent from 1,006 the day before. There are a total of 346 patients in ICU beds.

As The Ohio Star reported Sunday, the cumulative number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ohio increased by 150 percent in the week between Sunday, March 29 (403) to Saturday, April 4 (1,006). The cumulative number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ohio increased by 111 on Saturday and 93 on Friday.

On Sunday, the total number of deaths reached 119, an increase of 17 from the 102 cases reported Saturday.

There have been 39,713 negative test results and a total of 43,756 tests performed in the state of Ohio.

The Ohio Roundtable filed a Freedom of Information request with Dr. Amy Acton of the Ohio Department of Health to allow all Ohioans to “see the math” behind the construction of Dr. Acton’s latest model which is controlling public policy decisions in Ohio, The Star reported. The concern cited was to know what is driving the state’s decisions to close businesses on a huge scale and upend society.

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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes. 

 

 

 

 

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One Thought to “New Coronavirus Cases and Hospitalizations Decline in Ohio on Sunday, Deaths Increase by 17”

  1. Beverly Robbins

    If a person is asymptomatic, does that mean they`ll have the virus for approximately the same amount of time as an actively positive person might have. (Approximately 14 days) ??
    If so, would the asymptomatic person stop being contagious after the 14 days?

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