COVID-19 Data and Information

Covid-19 Updates

Jun
24

COVID-19 Numbers

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:

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

New Cases Reported for 6/17/2022 after 12:00 pm to 6/24/2022 before 12:00 pm – 41

Total Cases: 11737 | New Cases Reported: 41 | Confirmed: 7565 | Probable: 4172 | Hospitalized*: 645 | Presumed Recovered**: 11480 | Females: 6522 | Males: 5215 | Total Deaths: 117 | Non-COVID Deaths: 6 | Avg. Age: 44 | CDC Case Rate per 100,000: 76.66 | CDC Positivity Rate: 7.04

*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

Wapakoneta 4637 Lima 51
Saint Marys 3364 Uniopolis 51
New Bremen 903 Saint Johns 32
Minster 886 New Hampshire 25
Cridersville 742 Lakeview 23
Waynesfield 426 Botkins 18
New Knoxville 360 Mendon 9
Spencerville 138 Harrod 6
Buckland 56 Jackson Center 6
    Fort Loramie 4

 

Age

Cases

0-9 506
10-19 1191
20-29 1828
30-39 1800
40-49 1605
50-59 1755
60-69 1454
70-79 880
80-89 524
90-99 186
100-110 8

 

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Jun
17

COVID-19 Numbers

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:

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

New Cases Reported for 6/10/2022 after 12:00 pm to 6/17/2022 before 12:00 pm – 33

Total Cases: 11696 | New Cases Reported: 33 | Confirmed: 7540 | Probable: 4156 | Hospitalized*: 643 | Presumed Recovered**: 11450 | Females: 6498 | Males: 5198 | Total Deaths: 117 | Non-COVID Deaths: 6 | Avg. Age: 44 | CDC Case Rate per 100,000: 72.28 | CDC Positivity Rate: 8.06
*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

Wapakoneta 4622 Lima 51
Saint Marys 3350 Uniopolis 51
New Bremen 899 Saint Johns 32
Minster 885 New Hampshire 25
Cridersville 738 Lakeview 23
Waynesfield 424 Botkins 18
New Knoxville 360 Mendon 9
Spencerville 137 Harrod 6
Buckland 56 Jackson Center 6
    Fort Loramie 4

 

Age

Cases

0-9 505
10-19 1190
20-29 1823
30-39 1790
40-49 1601
50-59 1748
60-69 1448
70-79 875
80-89 522
90-99 186
100-110 8

 

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Jun
10

COVID-19 Numbers

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:

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

New Cases Reported for 6/3/2022 after 12:00 pm to 6/10/2022 before 12:00 pm – 38

Total Cases: 11663 | New Cases Reported: 38 | Confirmed: 7529 | Probable: 4134 | Hospitalized*: 643 | Presumed Recovered**: 11420 | Females: 6477 | Males: 5186 | Total Deaths: 117 | Non-COVID Deaths: 6 | Avg. Age: 44 | CDC Case Rate per 100,000: 65.71 | CDC Positivity Rate: 11.54

*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

Wapakoneta 4603 Lima 51
Saint Marys 3346 Uniopolis 51
New Bremen 898 Saint Johns 30
Minster 881 New Hampshire 25
Cridersville 735 Lakeview 23
Waynesfield 424 Botkins 18
New Knoxville 360 Mendon 9
Spencerville 137 Harrod 6
Buckland 56 Jackson Center 6
    Fort Loramie 4

 

Age

Cases

0-9 504
10-19 1190
20-29 1816
30-39 1783
40-49 1597
50-59 1746
60-69 1439
70-79 874
80-89 520
90-99 186
100-110 8

 

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Jun
03

COVID-19 Numbers

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:

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

New Cases Reported for 5/28/2022 after 12:00 pm to 6/3/2022 before 12:00 pm – 34

Total Cases: 625 | New Cases Reported: 34 | Confirmed: 7505 | Probable: 4120 | Hospitalized*: 641 | Presumed Recovered**: 11388 | Females: 6457 | Males: 5168 | Total Deaths: 117  | Non-COVID Deaths: 6 | Avg. Age: 44 | CDC Case Rate per 100,000: 74.47 | CDC Positivity Rate: 11.54

*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

Wapakoneta 4584 Lima 51
Saint Marys 3335 Uniopolis 51
New Bremen 895 Saint Johns 30
Minster 881 New Hampshire 25
Cridersville 733 Lakeview 22
Waynesfield 422 Botkins 18
New Knoxville 360 Mendon 9
Spencerville 137 Harrod 6
Buckland 56 Jackson Center 6
    Fort Loramie 4

 

Age

Cases

0-9 501
10-19 1190
20-29 1808
30-39 1782
40-49 1593
50-59 1741
60-69 1432
70-79 866
80-89 518
90-99 186
100-110 8

 

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May
27

COVID-19 Numbers

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:

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

New Cases Reported for 5/20/2022 after 12:00 pm to 5/27/2022 before 12:00 pm – 35

Total Cases: 11591 | New Cases Reported: 35 | Confirmed: 7493 | Probable: 4098 | Hospitalized*: 640 | Presumed Recovered**: 11364 | Females: 6431 | Males: 5160 | Total Deaths: 117 | Non-COVID Deaths: 6 | Avg. Age: 44 | CDC Case Rate per 100,000: 65.71 | CDC Positivity Rate: 11.54

*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

Wapakoneta 4561 Lima 51
Saint Marys 3331 Uniopolis 51
New Bremen 894 Saint Johns 30
Minster 877 New Hampshire 25
Cridersville 731 Lakeview 22
Waynesfield 422 Botkins 9
New Knoxville 360 Mendon 9
Spencerville 137H Harrod 6
Buckland 56 Jackson Center 6
    Fort Loramie 4

 

Age

Cases

0-9 501
10-19 1190
20-29 1804
30-39 1780
40-49 1590
50-59 1734
60-69 1428
70-79 858
80-89 517
90-99 181
100-110 8

 

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