As of July 13, 2020, there are currently 66,853 cases of COVID-19 in Ohio, 365 of which are located in Greene County (314 confirmed, 51 *probable cases) and 205 **presumed recovered, with 3 additional hospitalizations, but no further deaths reported for Greene County per the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Click "full story" below to see the full report.
7/10 -- Learn about the indicators that determine at what level a county is placed due to their number of COVID-19 cases of in their county, as well as the Risk Level Guidelines.
7/10 -- The Governor has released COVID-19 guidance and testing information for institutions of higher education for the upcoming fall semester. Click the link "full story" below for the documents.
More donors can now qualify to help COVID-19 patients by donating plasma at Community Blood Center. Donors with a positive blood test for COVID-19 antibodies are now eligible to donate COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma (CCP) as hospitals face rising demand for this life-saving treatment. You can visit www.givingblood.org to learn more.
7/8 -- Ohio Department of Health Issues Warning About Methanol-based Hand Sanitizers
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