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Coronavirus updates, February 22, 2021

Last updated:  2 days 5 hours ago
94K

Confirmed cases

151K

Estimated cases

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1,7K

Deaths

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958K

Confirmed cases

1,5M

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47K

Recovered

17K

Deaths

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28,9M

Confirmed cases

46M

Estimated cases

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19,2M

Recovered

515K

Deaths

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+371 151 yesterday
112,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 113M
222,9M

Estimated cases

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+438 127 yesterday
88,2M

Recovered

+10 267 yesterday
2,5M

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Ohio state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Franklin County 110 653 1 186 8 403
Hamilton County 72 330 938 8 848
Montgomery County 46 824 865 8 807
Summit County 39 474 930 7 296
Butler County 34 918 459 9 114
Lucas County 34 620 753 8 082
Stark County 28 891 824 7 796
Warren County 22 083 267 9 413
Lorain County 21 667 382 6 993
Mahoning County 19 183 532 8 388
Clermont County 18 113 204 8 774
Lake County 18 087 300 7 859
Delaware County 16 176 128 7 897
Licking County 14 764 187 8 400
Fairfield County 14 332 157 9 200
Trumbull County 14 076 449 7 087
Greene County 13 430 210 7 994
Medina County 13 130 217 7 329
Clark County 12 101 331 8 991
Wood County 11 367 191 8 697
Portage County 10 778 152 6 615
Allen County 10 700 231 10 454
Richland County 10 131 197 8 366
Miami County 9 917 178 9 336
Muskingum County 8 032 122 9 320
Columbiana County 8 029 177 7 821
Tuscarawas County 7 971 232 8 648
Pickaway County 7 946 97 13 680
Marion County 7 928 134 12 149
Wayne County 7 778 214 6 707
Erie County 6 767 180 9 069
Ross County 6 057 135 7 873
Geauga County 5 941 129 6 318
Hancock County 5 925 110 7 803
Scioto County 5 853 104 7 752
Ashtabula County 5 746 140 5 909
Lawrence County 5 177 74 8 290
Union County 5 035 52 8 706
Darke County 4 999 122 9 740
Belmont County 4 837 86 7 219
Sandusky County 4 714 92 8 017
Huron County 4 691 117 8 018
Jefferson County 4 689 105 7 130
Seneca County 4 610 103 8 350
Mercer County 4 558 101 11 128
Athens County 4 550 30 6 965
Auglaize County 4 531 95 9 924
Washington County 4 509 86 7 496
Shelby County 4 386 67 9 020
Knox County 3 969 83 6 413
Putnam County 3 963 98 11 732
Madison County 3 882 47 8 741
Ashland County 3 743 93 6 998
Fulton County 3 740 64 8 847
Defiance County 3 667 102 9 608
Brown County 3 660 42 8 427
Crawford County 3 539 95 8 517
Preble County 3 495 69 8 525
Logan County 3 488 56 7 690
Clinton County 3 357 62 7 982
Highland County 3 224 49 7 488
Ottawa County 3 180 67 7 800
Williams County 2 992 77 8 130
Jackson County 2 867 53 8 853
Guernsey County 2 826 35 7 242
Champaign County 2 819 45 7 250
Perry County 2 648 39 7 349
Fayette County 2 647 42 9 234
Morrow County 2 562 24 7 297
Henry County 2 423 65 8 946
Holmes County 2 414 102 5 500
Hardin County 2 408 55 7 649
Coshocton County 2 291 46 6 255
Van Wert County 2 269 49 8 023
Gallia County 2 191 46 7 308
Adams County 2 136 32 7 712
Pike County 2 117 24 7 543
Wyandot County 2 070 52 9 437
Hocking County 1 917 48 6 754
Carroll County 1 788 27 6 643
Paulding County 1 580 23 8 422
Meigs County 1 331 36 5 760
Noble County 1 277 42 8 896
Monroe County 1 142 37 8 281
Harrison County 989 32 6 518
Morgan County 980 34 6 710
Vinton County 762 15 5 800

COVID-19 has changed the U.S. and the whole world. COVID-19 keeps all people on alert in Pepper Pike and today, the virus still covers the territory of Cuyahoga County. Its population density is considered to be 2,800 people per mi2 (1,100 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average.

Franklin County and Cuyahoga County counties are still the most-affected counties in the state.

These numbers don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our aim is to stay inside and take care of ourselves. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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