Projections: Ohio COVID-19 Peak Will Happen in Mid-May
Dr. Acton estimates 10,000 cases per day at peak
In Friday’s press conference, Ohio leaders offered a new look into what Ohio’s projected peak will look like for COVID-19 cases.
Governor Mike DeWine said, based on new data, the state’s projected peak has now shifted from May 1 to mid-May. According to Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton, the projected number of COVID-19 cases at Ohio’s peak surge will be at 10,000 cases a day.
Acton said Thursday that the hope was to push the projected peak date back to prepare hospitals.
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