COVID-19 Numbers

The Auglaize County Health Department (ACHD) continues to see an increase in 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 1/8/2021 after 12:00 pm – 18

New Cases Reported for 1/9/2021 – 13

New Cases Reported for 1/10/2021 – 43

New Cases Reported for 1/11/2021 as of 12:00 pm – 18

Total Cases: 3971 | New Cases Reported: 92 | Confirmed: 3034 | Probable: 937 | Total Hospitalized: 155 | Females: 2240 | Males: 1731 | Total Deaths: 48 | Non-COVID Deaths: 6 | Avg. Age: 48 | Presumed Recovered**: 3346

**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            Area                    Cases           Age Range            Cases

Wapakoneta         1426           Uniopolis                  11                 0-10                       94

St. Marys              1139         Saint Johns                  7                10-20                     346

Minster                  430           Lakeview                    5                 20-30                     544

New Bremen          391           Buckland                   11                30-40                     546

Cridersville             220       New Hampshire             7                 40-50                     518

Waynesfield           152             Lima                         25               50-60                     663

New Knoxville        109           Mendon                      2                 60-70                     534

Botkins                     6          Fort Loramie                 2                  70-80                    392

Spencerville             27            Harrod                      1                   80-90                    235

                                                                                                     90-100                     96

                                                                                                    100-110                     3

Precautions must be taken by the public whenever leaving the home. Mask Up & Space Out! It is vital that we all continue to follow the Stay Safe Ohio Protocols: Stay at home, Wear your mask, Keep interactions short and stay apart, Wash your hands, Work from home, Celebrate safe and small, Don’t eat or drink with anyone outside of your household, Limit travel, Keep weddings and funerals safe, and Enjoy safe holiday activities.

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

Date: 
Monday, January 11, 2021