COLUMBUS, Ohio — A look at coronavirus-related developments in Ohio:
The Ohio Department of Health reported 1,089 newly confirmed cases and 105 hospitalizations on Friday.
Confirmed cases as of August 14:
Reported by Ohio Department of Health
- 100,945 confirmed cases
- 3,510 deaths
- 12,034 hospitalizations
- 84,904 presumed recoveries*
ODH is also reporting 5,612 probable cases and 274 additional deaths under an expanded case definition of COVID-19 from the CDC.
*The state of Ohio is now reporting total presumed recoveries from COVID-19. The number is determined by the following formula: Total Cases - Deaths - Cases with an Onset Date in the Last 21 Days = Presumed Recovered.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine provides an update on coronavirus in Ohio:
Gov. DeWine says nearly 600,000 schoolchildren in 325 districts will return to school this fall for in-person classes.
The governor also says almost 400,000 students in 55 districts will be attending online, while about 380,000 students in 154 districts will be doing some combination of in-person and online classes. He didn't have information about 78 remaining districts.
365体育投注开户DeWine said Tuesday he believes schools are doing a good job of getting ready for all options. But the governor also said that children's well-being will be influenced by community efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
For most people, the virus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up in a couple of weeks. Older adults and people with existing health problems are at higher risk of more severe illness, including pneumonia, or death.
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