COLUMBUS, Ohio — A look at coronavirus-related developments in Ohio:
2020年欧预赛赛程The Ohio Department of Health reported 1,260 newly confirmed cases on Thursday - a second straight day of over 1,000.
Confirmed cases as of July 2
Reported by Ohio Department of Health
- 50,523 confirmed cases
- 2,653 deaths
- 38,987 presumed recoveries*
ODH is also reporting 3,643 probable cases and 250 additional deaths under an expanded case definition of COVID-19 from the CDC.
*The state of Ohio will now begin reporting presumed recoveries from COVID-19. The number is determined by the following formula:
Cases - Deaths - Cases with an Onset Date in the Last 21 Days = Presumed Recovered
Gov. DeWine provides update on coronavirus in Ohio | Thursday, July 2
SCHOOL REOPENING GUIDELINES
Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday unveiled guidance from the state reopening the schools this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
DeWine issued five guidelines for Ohio schools to follow:
- Vigilantly assess for symptoms (including temperature checks)
- Wash & sanitize hands
- Clean & sanitize shared surfaces at schools
- Practice social distancing
- Face coverings policy (required for staff, recommended for kids 3rd grade and up)
2020年欧预赛赛程DeWine says Ohio is using a new color-coded alert system to assess which counties may be seeing flare-ups of coronavirus cases and should take additional precautions.
It's based on data such as cases, related hospital admissions and the proportion of cases connected to congregate settings, such as prisons or nursing homes.
No counties were in the most concerning level, purple. Seven are labeled red, indicating very high risk and that people there should limit activity and wear masks while out.
2020年欧预赛赛程DeWine urged mask-wearing as coronavirus cases in Ohio continues to climb.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
For most people, the virus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up in a couple of weeks. Older adults and people with existing health problems are at higher risk of more severe illness2020年欧预赛赛程, including pneumonia, or death.
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