Mapping Ohio’s Coronavirus Cases
Numbers continue to rise
Ohio’s 737 newly reported coronavirus cases on Monday raised the rolling seven-day average to the highest point since mid-April, increasing the totals to date to 51,046 cases, 7,746 hospitalizations and 2,818 deaths, Ohio Department of Health data showed.
One-in-229 Ohioans are now known to have contracted the virus this year.
The case increases have followed a trend upward since June 18, with the daily totals ranging since then from 531 to 987 a day, after dipping to as low as 300 on June 14.
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