COVID-19 Numbers

The Auglaize County Health Department (ACHD) continues to see a rise in new cases of COVID-19 in Auglaize County. COVID-19 is community spread and affecting ALL areas of the county. ACHD pleads to the citizens of Auglaize County to take the precautions to protect themselves and those around them from the spread of COVID-19. We need cooperation from the public to slow the spread of the virus in our community.

Total Cases: 803 | Confirmed: 674 | Probable: 129 | Total Hospitalized: 65 | Females: 477 | Males: 326 | Total Deaths: 14 | Non-COVID Deaths: 3 | Avg. Age: 48 | Total Recovered*: 599 | Presumed Recovered**: 9 | Current Cases: 178

*At least 10 days have passed since the onset of symptoms AND the person has been fever-free for at least 24 hours without taking fever-reducing medication AND other symptoms have improved.

**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, broken down by geographical area based upon the cases’ mailing address and the other table shows the age ranges of the cases.

Area               Cases        Age Range         Cases

St. Marys         289                0-10                 16

Wapakoneta    238               10-20                79

Minster             96                20-30               103

New Bremen    90                30-40               123

Cridersville       38                40-50                99

Waynesfield     25                50-60               141

Botkins             4                  60-70               99

New Knoxville 14                 70-80               66

New Hampshire 2                80-90               55

Uniopolis           2                90-100              20

Lakeview           2               100-110              2

Saint Johns       2

Buckland           1

Precautions must be taken by the public whenever leaving the home. It is vital that we all continue social distancing in order to prevent the spread of the virus; when in public areas wear a mask as an added layer of prevention; and stay home if you are not feeling well or have had known exposure to COVID-19.

For up to date information visit the Ohio Department of Health’s website or the ACHD Facebook page

Friday, October 9, 2020