COVID-19 Data and Information

Covid-19 Updates

Nov
28

COVID-19 Update

Please Be A Hero In Your Community, by performing these safety precautions to control the spread of viruses and protect your families and friends. We all need to take action to minimize the spread of illness in our community, this includes: 

  • Getting Vaccinated
  • Staying home and away from others when you're sick,
  • If you are feeling sick, get tested or speak with your healthcare provider,
  • Washing your hands frequently, 
  • Covering coughs and sneezes,
  • Wearing a mask when recommended, and 
  • Following public health guidance for isolation and exposure:

 

The CDC Community Level for Auglaize County is HIGH. It is recommended that residents wear a mask when indoors in public, stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, getting tested if experiencing symptoms, and consulting with your healthcare provider if you’re immunocompromised.  

 

New Cases Reported for 11/18/2022 after 12:00 pm to 11/25/2022 before 12:00 pm – 47

Total Cases

13345

New Cases Reported

47

Confirmed

8451

Probable

4894

Hospitalized*

720

Presumed Recovered**

13046

Females

7464

Males

5881

Total Deaths

117

Non-COVID Deaths

6

Avg. Age

44

CDC Case Rate per 100,000

201.51

CDC Positivity Rate

12.17

*Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. Data is cumulative from 3/25/2020.

**Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. A case with symptom onset date greater than 21 days prior and are not deceased.

 
 
                       
 

 

The tables below show the number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic, by geographical area based upon the cases’ mailing address age ranges of the cases.

 

Area

Cases

Area

Cases

 

Age Range

Cases

Wapakoneta

5285

Uniopolis

63

 

0-10

620

St. Marys

3880

Lima

59

 

10-20

1287

New Bremen

983

Saint Johns

37

 

20-30

2056

Minster

953

New Hampshire

34

 

30-40

1996

Cridersville

882

Lakeview

26

 

40-50

1800

Waynesfield

477

Botkins

21

 

50-60

1986

New Knoxville

403

Mendon

9

 

60-70

1654

Spencerville

150

Harrod

6

 

70-80

1052

Buckland

67

Jackson Center

6

 

80-90

651

   

Fort Loramie

4

 

90-100

235

         

100-110

8

 

 

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Nov
18

COVID-19 Data Update

Please Be A Hero In Your Community, by performing these safety precautions to control the spread of viruses and protect your families and friends. We all need to take action to minimize the spread of illness in our community, this includes: 

  • Getting Vaccinated
  • Staying home and away from others when you're sick,
  • If you are feeling sick, get tested or speak with your healthcare provider,
  • Washing your hands frequently, 
  • Covering coughs and sneezes,
  • Wearing a mask when recommended, and 
  • Following public health guidance for isolation and exposure:

 

The CDC Community Level for Auglaize County is LOW. Residents should stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, getting tested if experiencing symptoms, and consulting with your healthcare provider if you’re immunocompromised.  

 

New Cases Reported for 11/11/2022 after 12:00 pm to 11/18/2022 before 12:00 pm – 50

Total Cases

13298

New Cases Reported

50

Confirmed

8421

Probable

4877

Hospitalized*

718

Presumed Recovered**

12992

Females

7439

Males

5859

Total Deaths

117

Non-COVID Deaths

6

Avg. Age

44

CDC Case Rate per 100,000

98.56

CDC Positivity Rate

14.91

*Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. Data is cumulative from 3/25/2020.

**Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. A case with symptom onset date greater than 21 days prior and are not deceased.

 
 
                       
 

 

The tables below show the number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic, by geographical area based upon the cases’ mailing address age ranges of the cases.

 

Area

Cases

Area

Cases

 

Age Range

Cases

Wapakoneta

5270

Uniopolis

63

 

0-10

616

St. Marys

3860

Lima

59

 

10-20

1284

New Bremen

979

Saint Johns

37

 

20-30

2051

Minster

953

New Hampshire

34

 

30-40

1994

Cridersville

878

Lakeview

26

 

40-50

1795

Waynesfield

474

Botkins

21

 

50-60

1979

New Knoxville

403

Mendon

9

 

60-70

1648

Spencerville

150

Harrod

6

 

70-80

1046

Buckland

66

Jackson Center

6

 

80-90

645

   

Fort Loramie

4

 

90-100

232

         

100-110

8

 

 

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Nov
11

COVID-19 Data Update

Please Be A Hero In Your Community, by performing these safety precautions to control the spread of viruses and protect your families and friends. We all need to take action to minimize the spread of illness in our community, this includes: 

  • Getting Vaccinated
  • Staying home and away from others when you're sick,
  • If you are feeling sick, get tested or speak with your healthcare provider,
  • Washing your hands frequently, 
  • Covering coughs and sneezes,
  • Wearing a mask when recommended, and 
  • Following public health guidance for isolation and exposure:

 

The CDC Community Level for Auglaize County is MEDIUM. Residents should stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, getting tested if experiencing symptoms, and consulting with your healthcare provider if you’re immunocompromised.  

 

New Cases Reported for 11/4/2022 after 12:00 pm to 11/11/2022 before 12:00 pm – 45

Total Cases

13248

New Cases Reported

45

Confirmed

8394

Probable

4854

Hospitalized*

711

Presumed Recovered**

12942

Females

7408

Males

5840

Total Deaths

117

Non-COVID Deaths

6

Avg. Age

44

CDC Case Rate per 100,000

140.18

CDC Positivity Rate

18.12

*Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. Data is cumulative from 3/25/2020.

**Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. A case with symptom onset date greater than 21 days prior and are not deceased.

 
 
                       
 

 

The tables below show the number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic, by geographical area based upon the cases’ mailing address age ranges of the cases.

 

Area

Cases

Area

Cases

 

Age Range

Cases

Wapakoneta

5255

Uniopolis

63

 

0-10

612

St. Marys

3843

Lima

59

 

10-20

1281

New Bremen

978

Saint Johns

37

 

20-30

2047

Minster

953

New Hampshire

34

 

30-40

1986

Cridersville

869

Lakeview

26

 

40-50

1790

Waynesfield

471

Botkins

21

 

50-60

1975

New Knoxville

399

Mendon

9

 

60-70

1640

Spencerville

150

Harrod

6

 

70-80

1040

Buckland

65

Jackson Center

6

 

80-90

641

   

Fort Loramie

4

 

90-100

228

         

100-110

8

 

 

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Nov
04

COVID-19 Data Update 11/4/2022

Please Be A Hero In Your Community, by performing these safety precautions to control the spread of viruses and protect your families and friends. We all need to take action to minimize the spread of illness in our community, this includes: 

  • Getting Vaccinated
  • Staying home and away from others when you're sick,
  • If you are feeling sick, get tested or speak with your healthcare provider,
  • Washing your hands frequently, 
  • Covering coughs and sneezes,
  • Wearing a mask when recommended, and 
  • Following public health guidance for isolation and exposure:

 

The CDC Community Level for Auglaize County is MEDIUM. Residents should stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, getting tested if experiencing symptoms, and consulting with your healthcare provider if you’re immunocompromised.  

 

New Cases Reported for 10/28/2022 after 12:00 pm to 11/4/2022 before 12:00 pm – 55

Total Cases

13203

New Cases Reported

55

Confirmed

8372

Probable

4831

Hospitalized*

708

Presumed Recovered**

12891

Females

7383

Males

5820

Total Deaths

117

Non-COVID Deaths

6

Avg. Age

44

CDC Case Rate per 100,000

118.28

CDC Positivity Rate

17.31

*Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. Data is cumulative from 3/25/2020.

**Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. A case with symptom onset date greater than 21 days prior and are not deceased.

 
 
                       
 

 

The tables below show the number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic, by geographical area based upon the cases’ mailing address age ranges of the cases.

 

Area

Cases

Area

Cases

 

Age Range

Cases

Wapakoneta

5239

Uniopolis

63

 

0-10

610

St. Marys

3826

Lima

59

 

10-20

1278

New Bremen

976

Saint Johns

36

 

20-30

2041

Minster

953

New Hampshire

33

 

30-40

1981

Cridersville

861

Lakeview

26

 

40-50

1785

Waynesfield

471

Botkins

21

 

50-60

1970

New Knoxville

399

Mendon

9

 

60-70

1636

Spencerville

150

Harrod

6

 

70-80

1034

Buckland

65

Jackson Center

6

 

80-90

635

   

Fort Loramie

4

 

90-100

225

         

100-110

8

 

 

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Oct
28

COVID Data Update

Please Be A Hero In Your Community, by performing these safety precautions to control the spread of viruses and protect your families and friends. We all need to take action to minimize the spread of illness in our community, this includes: 

  • Getting Vaccinated
  • Staying home and away from others when you're sick,
  • If you are feeling sick, get tested or speak with your healthcare provider,
  • Washing your hands frequently, 
  • Covering coughs and sneezes,
  • Wearing a mask when recommended, and 
  • Following public health guidance for isolation and exposure:

 

The CDC Community Level for Auglaize County is MEDIUM. Residents should stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, getting tested if experiencing symptoms, and consulting with your healthcare provider if you’re immunocompromised.  

 

New Cases Reported for 10/21/2022 after 12:00 pm to 10/28/2022 before 12:00 pm – 64

Total Cases

13148

New Cases Reported

64

Confirmed

8340

Probable

4808

Hospitalized*

706

Presumed Recovered**

12848

Females

7352

Males

5796

Total Deaths

117

Non-COVID Deaths

6

Avg. Age

44

CDC Case Rate per 100,000

120.47

CDC Positivity Rate

22.54

*Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. Data is cumulative from 3/25/2020.

**Per the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard statistics. A case with symptom onset date greater than 21 days prior and are not deceased.

 
 
                       
 

 

The tables below show the number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic, by geographical area based upon the cases’ mailing address age ranges of the cases.

 

Area

Cases

Area

Cases

 

Age Range

Cases

Wapakoneta

5217

Uniopolis

63

 

0-10

604

St. Marys

3807

Lima

59

 

10-20

1276

New Bremen

972

Saint Johns

36

 

20-30

2035

Minster

950

New Hampshire

33

 

30-40

1976

Cridersville

855

Lakeview

26

 

40-50

1782

Waynesfield

471

Botkins

21

 

50-60

1963

New Knoxville

398

Mendon

9

 

60-70

1622

Spencerville

150

Harrod

6

 

70-80

1029

Buckland

65

Jackson Center

6

 

80-90

629

   

Fort Loramie

4

 

90-100

224

         

100-110

8

 

 

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