The Ross County Health District reported another confirmed case of COVID-19 on Wednesday. It was a lone case which pushes the County’s total of confirmed cases to ten, up from nine Tuesday and the six confirmed cases on Monday.
The District did provide some demographic information in today's update saying Ross County’s Coronavirus patients range in age from 23 to 75 with and average age of 46. There are also eight male patients and two female and five of these patients have required hospitalization.
The Health District encourages the community to continue doing its part by obeying the statewide Stay-At-Home order which for now remains in place until early May.
Wednesday's updated figures from the Ohio Department of Health show Pickaway County has increased its number of confirmed cases to 35 with Fayette County's cases doubling from 2 to 4. Highland and Pike counties remain at 6 and 1, respectively. Jackson County, which reported its first case on Tuesday, is now reported to have 2 confirmed cases while Hocking and Vinton counties remain with zero confirmed cases.
Updated County-by-County figures can be found HERE