OH reports 2,309 new COVID-19 cases, no new coronavirus-related deaths

Cheryl Sanders
October 26, 2020

The state now has a total of 41,863 cases, with 20,837 designated as having recovered.

Los Angeles Department of Public Health has confirmed 17 new deaths and 2,173 additional cases of coronavirus on Saturday.

Furthermore, there were 89 new COVID-19 hospitalizations reported statewide since Saturday and nine new ICU admissions, the Ohio Department of Health says. Among Sunday's cases, 1,567 were confirmed, 99 probable.


The positivity rate of Pennsylvania's latest cases is 10% for Sunday, 10.94% for Monday.

The five cases include three additional worldwide mariners in the Sudima Hotel Christchurch Airport, which brings the total number of mariners who have tested positive to 29, said a ministry statement. Since the end of September, the rate has been increasing much faster - going from 6.75% to its current 11.27%. The seven-day average of new cases has remained above 2,000 for the past eight days, with Sunday's at 2,010.

The seven-day average of new daily cases in the USA has reached more than 68,000, which according to CNN surpasses the previous record of about 67,000 in July. Since the start of the pandemic, Cattaraugus County has seen 400 total COVID-19 cases and 18 deaths.


From midnight on Friday 23 In October, 859 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported to the HPSC. State officials report there are 4,982 operational ventilators in the state, with 1,112 (22.3%) now in use for all illnesses.

The school district made the announcement Sunday after two individuals - one in the Elementary School on Tuesday and another in the middle and high school on Monday - tested positive for COVID-19. About 12,067 of our total cases are among health care workers, officials said. After Massachusetts no longer met its own criteria for a travel exemption, DPH changed how it determined which travelers can come to the Bay State without quarantining or producing a negative test result.


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