COVID-19 Numbers

The Auglaize County Health Department (ACHD) continues to see a rise in new cases of COVID-19 in all communities of Auglaize County. Don’t Let Up in taking precautions to protect yourselves and those around you from the spread of COVID-19.

New Cases Reported for 11/19/2020 after 12:00 pm – 25

New Cases Reported for 11/20/2020 as of 12:00 pm – 19                 

Total Cases: 2217 | New Cases Reported: 44 | Confirmed: 1835 | Probable: 382 | Total Hospitalized: 113 | Females: 1276 | Males: 941 | Total Deaths: 20 | Non-COVID Deaths: 5 | Avg. Age: 50 | Presumed Recovered**: 1335

**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, 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

Wapakoneta              739                   0-10                     39

St. Marys                   689                  10-20                   165

Minster                      314                  20-30                    277

New Bremen             221                  30-40                    299

Cridersville                98                   40-50                     271

Waynesfield              66                   50-60                     388

New Knoxville           53                   60-70                     303

Botkins                      4                    70-80                      257

Spencerville              9                    80-90                      156

Uniopolis                  3                    90-100                     60

Saint Johns              4                   100-110                      2

Lakeview                  3

Buckland                  6

New Hampshire       2

Lima                         5

Mendon                    1

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

For up to date information visit www.coronavirus.ohio.gov or the ACHD Facebook page www.facebook.com/AuglaizeHealth/

Date: 
Friday, November 20, 2020