Coronavirus Case Update: July 27, 2020
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Health, as well as county health districts in the Mahoning Valley, reported 85,177 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 1,104 in the last 24 hours. The Pennsylvania Department of Health reports 108,264 total cases in the commonwealth.
In Mahoning County, the ODH reports 2,280 cases, with 401 hospitalizations and 248 deaths. Mahoning County is fourth in the state for deaths and 10th in the state for the number of confirmed cases.
The ODH reported 1,312 cases in Trumbull County with 271 hospitalizations and 96 deaths. In Columbiana County, the ODH reports 1,507 positive cases, 166 hospitalizations and 60 deaths.
Trumbull and Mahoning counties are rated Orange in the state’s color-coded Public Health Advisory System, while Columbiana County is Yellow.
Of the total cases reported by ODH, 80,628 are confirmed. ODH reported 4,549 probable cases based on the CDC’s expanded case definition. There have been 10,285 hospitalizations and 2,466 intensive care admissions. And there have been 3,344 total deaths, which breaks down to 3,082 confirmed deaths and another 262 probable deaths under the CDC expanded diagnosis definition. The 21-day case average is 1,296.
The median age of those testing positive is 42. The state reports a presumed 59,413 Ohioans have recovered after testing positive. (Presumed recovered is defined as cases with a symptom onset date of greater than 21 days prior who are not deceased, according to the ODH website.)
Thus far, Ohio has conducted 1,339,549 tests. Of the positive tests, 9,733 or 11% are health care workers. CLICK HERE for a map of testing locations in the state.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 108,264 total cases, with 704 hospitalizations, 93 of whom are on ventilators. Since March 6, there have been 7,122 deaths in Pennsylvania. Of the cases reported, 105,228 are confirmed.
Of all tests conducted in Pennsylvania, 1,042,424 were reported negative. And of all positive cases, 75% have recovered (If a case has not been reported as a death, and it is more than 30 days past the date of their first positive test [or onset of symptoms] then an individual is considered recovered, according to the health department’s website.)
Mercer County has 300 total cases and nine deaths with 6,749 negative tests, while Lawrence County has 291 total cases, 11 deaths and 4,483 negative tests.
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