The Ohio Department of Health has released the most recent numbers related to COVID-19 cases in Ohio’s school and long-term care facilities, as well as for the pace of vaccinations.
Not surprisingly, the age group leading the charge of vaccination in Ohio are in the 70 to 74 age bracket; some 71.28% of Ohioans in that category have had at least one vaccination.
Here are the numbers for Ohio and Richland County:
VACCINATIONS (numbers released on Friday)
- Ohioans receiving a first vaccination in the last 24 hours – 89,380
- Total number of Ohioans who have received at least one vaccination shot – 3,117,500
- Percentage of Ohioans who have received at least one vaccination shot – 26.67%
- Ohioans completing vaccinations in the last 24 hours – 52,119
- Total number of Ohioans with completed vaccinations – 1,763,847
- Percentage of Ohioans with completed vaccinations – 15.09%
- Total number of Richland Countians who have received at least one vaccination shot – 27,087
- Percentage of Richland Countians who have received at least one vaccination shot – 22.36%
- Total number of Richland Countians with completed vaccinations – 15,766
- Percentage of Richland Countians with completed vaccinations – 13.01%
RICHLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS (numbers released on Thursday)
- Crestview – 1 student, 1 staff
- Lexington – 1 student
- Pioneer – 2 students
- Shelby – 3 students
RICHLAND COUNTY LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES (numbers released on Wednesday)
No Richland County long-term care facility (nursing homes, assisted living) reported resident or staff infections this week.
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