Case number reporting on December 1st reflects totals from November 24th.
11/17/22 - Erroneous data the Ohio Department of Health received last week from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics caused the Nov. 10 COVID-19 deaths to be underreported as 8. The error was caught and the adjustment was made, leading to this week’s number of 134 deaths. The total of 142 deaths over two weeks is consistent with recent weekly averages.
* Other states do not send death certificates to ODH’s Bureau of Vital Statistics on a regular schedule and therefore fluctuations will be reflected in reported mortality data. Deaths are assigned to their appropriate date of death.
**State and county case rates per 100,000 (over two weeks) are updated weekly on Thursdays.
The Ohio Department of Health shares the latest COVID-19 data every Thursday. This includes new and cumulative cases, hospitalizations, ICU admissions, vaccinations, deaths and reports from partner agencies (Developmental Disabilities, Veteran’s Homes, Youth Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services and Rehabilitation and Corrections). Cases are assigned to the appropriate illness onset date, and vaccinations to the appropriate administration date.