UPDATED |Coronavirus Case Update: April 2, 2020
Updated: 9:14 a.m., April 3, 2020 – New Mahoning County case, demographics
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – As of 2 p.m. April 2, Ohio reports 2,902 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and Pennsylvania 7,016.
Mahoning County Public Health reports 193 total cases with 88 hospitalizations and 11 deaths. The county is currently second in the state in deaths from COVID-19, the disease spread by coronavirus, and is fourth in the state in total case count.
Of the total cases, 42.5% are aged 60 to 79, while those younger than 60 make up 39.5% of the cases. The 60-79 age group account for the most hospitalizations (46.7%) and is tied with those 80 years and older for deaths (both at 45.5%).
At 4 p.m., the Trumbull County Combined Health District reports 68 cases with 40 hospitalizations and six deaths. Of those quarantined, 49 have successfully completed their quarantines and were released.
Columbiana County reports 22 total cases with 16 hospitalizations and two deaths, according to the ODH.
Of all 2,902 cases in Ohio, 802 have resulted in hospitalizations, 260 of which are in the intensive care unit. There have been 81 deaths. The median age of those testing positive is 53.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health reports 730 hospitalizations and 90 deaths from COVID-19 in the commonwealth since March 6. Mercer County has nine total cases and no deaths, while Lawrence County has 16 confirmed cases and two deaths. To date, the commonwealth reports 42,698 negative COVID-19 tests.
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