CLEVELAND — Starting the week of March 13, Ohio has moved away from reporting daily COVID data, which means cases, hospitalizations, vaccinations and more will only be released once per week each Thursday.
We will update this story each week as the new COVID data is reported.
Below you will find the most recent statewide COVID data. Each update is released every Thursday at 2 p.m.
- CONFIRMED AND PROBABLE CASES IN OHIO: 3,408,238 total to date
- March 16: 7,586 new cases
- March 9: 8,332 new cases
- March 2: 9,325 new cases
- Feb. 23: 9,136 new cases
- Feb. 16: 8,999 new cases
- Feb. 9: 8,833 new cases
- Feb. 2: 8,260 new cases
- Jan. 26: 8,155 new cases
- Jan. 19: 7,961 new cases
- Jan. 12: 10,188 new cases
- Jan. 5: 13,895 new cases
- Dec. 29: 13,047 new cases
- Dec. 22: 17,891 new cases
- Dec. 15: 16,719 new cases
- Dec. 8: 16,061 new cases
- Dec. 1: 16,091 new cases (eight-day period due to Thanksgiving holiday)
- Nov. 23: 9,424 new cases (only six days due to Thanksgiving holiday)
- Nov. 17: 10,170 new cases
- Nov. 10: 10,865 new cases
- Nov. 3: 12,262 new cases
- Oct. 27: 11,663 new cases
- Oct. 20: 11,097 new cases
- Oct. 13: 8,535 new cases
- Oct. 6: 9,997 new cases
- Sept. 29: 12,101 new cases
- Sept. 22: 14,536 new cases
- Sept. 15: 20,552 new cases
- Sept. 8: 21,731 new cases
- Sept. 1: 25,280 new cases
- Aug. 25: 23,436 news cases
- Aug. 18: 24,067 new cases
- Aug. 11: 26,016 new cases
- Aug. 4: 27,785 new cases
- July 28: 29,876 new cases
- July 21: 26,610 new cases
- July 14: 24,465 new cases
- July 7: 18,838 new cases
- June 30: 17,225 new cases
- June 23: 16,159 new cases
- June 16: 16,169 new cases
- June 9: 18,247 new cases
- June 2: 17,530 new cases
- May 26: 19,546 new cases
- May 19: 19,536 new cases
- May 12: 15,970 new cases
- May 5: 11,013 new cases
- April 28: 8,731 new cases
- April 21: 6,890 new cases
- April 14: 4,808 new cases
- CONFIRMED AND PROBABLE NUMBER OF DEATHS: 41,869
- 67 new deaths reported in the last week
- NUMBER OF HOSPITALIZATIONS: 138,530
- 385 new hospitalizations reported in the last week
- NUMBER OF COVID PATIENTS CURRENTLY IN HOSPITALS: 687
- NUMBER OF ICU ADMISSIONS: 15,077
- 38 new ICU admissions reported in the last week
- NUMBER OF COVID PATIENTS CURRENTLY IN ICUs: 118
- CURRENT STATEWIDE ICU BED OCCUPANCY: 77.33%
- 2.93% of beds are currently occupied by COVID patients
- 2.93% of beds are currently occupied by COVID patients
- NUMBER OF OHIOANS FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19: 7,023,701
- PERCENTAGE OF OHIOANS FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19: 60.09%
**You can track the number of cases in individual Ohio counties above. The darker the color, the higher the number of cases. Red dots signify the concentration of deaths.
TIMELINE: KEY CORONAVIRUS UPDATES IN NORTHEAST OHIO
NOTE: The most-recent updates are posted at the top.
MAY 5, 2020:
- 20,969 confirmed and probably cases with 1,135 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 495 new cases from the day prior.
MAY 4, 2020:
- 20,474 confirmed and probable cases with 1,056 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 560 cases and 18 deaths from the day prior.
MAY 3, 2020
- There are 19,914 confirmed and probable cases with 1.038 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 579 cases and 17 deaths from the day prior.
MAY 2, 2020
- There are 19,335 confirmed and probable cases with 1,021 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 592 cases and 19 deaths from the day prior.
MAY 1, 2020
- There are 18,743 confirmed and probable cases with 1,002 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 716 cases and 27 deaths from the day prior.
- Gov. DeWine has officially extended Ohio's stay-at-home order until 11:59 p.m. May 29. See the changes that may impact you HERE.
- While some businesses have been given the green light to start the reopening process, many others are ordered to extend their closures. See which businesses must remain closed HERE.
APRIL 30, 2020
- There are now 18,027 confirmed and probable cases with 975 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 724 cases and 38 cases from the day prior.
APRIL 29, 2020
- There are now 17,303 confirmed and probable cases with 937 deaths.
- This marks an increase of 534 cases and 138 deaths from the day prior.
APRIL 28, 2020
- There are now 16,769 confirmed and probable cases with 799 deaths.
- This marks in increase of 444 cases and 46 deaths from the day prior.
- Gov. DeWine reverses his decision on a mask mandate.
- The U.S. tops 1 million cases nationwide.
APRIL 27, 2020
- There are now 16,325 confirmed and probable cases with 753 deaths.
- Gov. DeWine revealed his plan to reopen the state's economy. Restaurants, gyms and salons are among the businesses to remain closed in Ohio's first reopening phase.
- Masks have been made mandatory for employees and customers in stores.
APRIL 26, 2020
- There are now 15,963 confirmed and probable cases with 728 deaths.
APRIL 25, 2020
- There are now 15,587 confirmed and probable cases with 711 deaths.
APRIL 23, 2020
- There are now 14,694 confirmed and probable cases with 656 deaths.
APRIL 22, 2020
- Gov. DeWine partially lifts order against elective surgeries.
- There are now 14,117 confirmed and probable cases with 610 deaths.
- Akron cancels July 4 fireworks, Lock 3 concerts & summer festivals due to coronavirus
APRIL 21, 2020
- There are now 13,725 confirmed and probable cases with 557 deaths.
- Gov. Mike DeWine offers more insight about hospitals, barbershops, salons, retail and amusement parks in his plan to reopen Ohio.
APRIL 20, 2020
- There are now 12,919 confirmed and probable cases with 509 deaths.
- Gov. Mike DeWine announces Ohio schools will remain closed through academic year.
APRIL 19, 2020
- There are now 11,602 confirmed and probable cases with 471 deaths.
APRIL 18, 2020
- There are now 10,222 confirmed and probable cases with 451 deaths.
APRIL 16, 2020
- The state of Ohio now has 8,414 confirmed cases with 389 deaths.
- Gov. Mike DeWine says the state is planning to begin the process of reopening on May 1.
APRIL 20, 2020
- There are now 12,919 confirmed and probable cases with 509 deaths.
- Gov. DeWine has ordered all K-12 schools to remain closed for the rest of the academic year.
APRIL 19, 2020
- Gov. DeWine offers new insight into May 1 reopening plan.
- There are 11,602 confirmed and probable cases with 471 deaths.
APRIL 18, 2020
- 10,222 confirmed and probable cases with 451 deaths.
APRIL 16, 2020
- 8,414 confirmed and probable cases with 389 deaths.
APRIL 15, 2020
- Ohio now has 7,791 confirmed and probable cases with 361 deaths.
APRIL 14, 2020
- Ohio has 7,280 confirmed and probable cases with 324 deaths.
- Cedar Point extends 2020 season passes through the 2021 season.
- Gov. DeWine says he's not sure if stadiums will host sporting events later this year.
APRIL 13, 2020
- The state has 6,975 confirmed cases with 274 deaths.
- Gov. DeWine limits liquor store sales to only Ohioans in several counties.
APRIL 12, 2020
- The number has grown to 6,604 cases with 253 deaths.
APRIL 11, 2020
- There are now 6,250 cases of COVID-19 in Ohio, with 247 deaths.
- The city of Cleveland confirmed its third death from the disease.
- 21 inmates at the Cuyahoga County Jail have tested positive for the coronavirus.
APRIL 10, 2020
- The number of COVID-19 cases in Ohio rose above 5,800, & Gov. DeWine says the state is now following new CDC guidelines for what should count as a positive test; this will increase the number of cases.
APRIL 9, 2020
- The Ohio Department of Health reports 5,512 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in state; 213 have died.
- Cleveland Clinic is sending caregivers to assist hospitals in Michigan and New York.
APRIL 8, 2020
- Ohio's cases rise to 5,148 with 193 deaths.
APRIL 7, 2020
- 4,782 confirmed cases with 167 deaths.
APRIL 6, 2020
- Health officials in Cuyahoga County say a 1-week-old baby has tested positive for coronavirus.
- The Ohio Department of Health reports 4,450 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 142 deaths.
- Gov. DeWine is utilizing the Ohio National Guard to assist at the federal prison in Elkton.
APRIL 5, 2020
- Ohio reports more than 4,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus, as the death told climbs to 119.
- For the first time in 27 straight days, Gov. Mike DeWine is not holding his daily press briefing.
APRIL 4, 2020
- Ohio reports over 3,700 confirmed cases of coronavirus, as the death toll surpasses 100
- Gov. Mike DeWine says the state will encourage, but not require masks to be worn by the general public.
- Three inmates have died from suspected cases of COVID-19 at an eastern Ohio prison.
APRIL 3, 2020
- The number of COVID-19 cases in the state has eclipsed 3,000, with 91 deaths.
- Six inmates at the troubled Cuyahoga County Jail have tested positive for the virus.
- The Cleveland Clinic projects Ohio's coronavirus peak may not come until mid-June.
APRIL 2, 2020
- Ohio announces 2,902 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 81 deaths
- Gov. DeWine announces Ohio's stay-at-home order will be extended to May 1.
APRIL 1, 2020:
- Ohio announces 2,547 confirmed cases with 65 deaths.
- Gov. DeWine signs executive order providing assistance to small businesses with mortgage and rent payments.
MARCH 31, 2020:
- Ohio now has 2,199 confirmed cases of coronavirus, with 55 deaths.
- In an interview with 3News' Russ Mitchell, Dr. Amy Acton cautions that the threat of COVID-19 is something we will have to deal with for a couple of years.
- The city of Berea reports six members of its fire department have tested positive for coronavirus.
MARCH 30, 2020:
- Ohio now has 1,933 cases of coronavirus, with 39 deaths.
- Gov. DeWine announces all K-12 schools will now be closed until May 1.
MARCH 29, 2020
- Ohio now has 1,653 cases of coronavirus now confirmed in Ohio, with 29 deaths.
- Medina and Lorain County confirm coronavirus-related deaths.
MARCH 28, 2020
- Ohio now has 1,406 confirmed coronavirus cases, with at least 25 deaths.
- Summit County's death toll of five is currently the largest of any county in the state
- ODH Director Amy Acton says Ohioans are still doing a good job of "flattening the curve."
- Sherwin-Williams will donate 3,000 N95 medical masks to Cleveland EMS workers
- All Winking Lizard locations will close (even for takeout) starting Sunday.
MARCH 27, 2020
- Ohio has 1,137 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
- President Trump signed a $2.2 trillion stimulus bill as well as issues the Defense Production Act for GM to make ventilators.
- Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton says the state's coronavirus peak projects for 10,000 new daily cases in late-April.
MARCH 26, 2020
- Ohio is up to 867 confirmed cases of coronavirus. 15 people have died.
- The United States now leads the world in number of confirmed coronavirus cases, according to Johns Hopkins University tally.
- Summit County confirmed its first COVID-19 death.
MARCH 25, 2020
- Ohio now has 704 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 10 deaths.
- The Ohio House and Senate passed a coronavirus relief bill.
- The Rite-Aid Cleveland Marathon will shift to a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MARCH 24, 2020
- Ohio now reports 564 cases of coronavirus with eight total deaths.
- Today marks the first day of Gov. DeWine's "stay at home" order. Here's what you need to know.
- Jay Crawford spoke to his son (a champion long-jumper) about the postponement of the Olympics.
- The Rock Hall induction ceremony will now take place Nov. 7 in Cleveland.
MARCH 23, 2020
- Ohio now has 442 confirmed cases, including six deaths. The cases are within 46 counties.
MARCH 22, 2020
- Gov. DeWine issues "stay at home" order throughout Ohio.
- The number of cases is now at 351 within 40 counties. Of those cases, 83 involve hospitalizations.
- Carroll County has first confirmed case of coronavirus.
- A Fairview Park firefighter tests positive for coronavirus.
MARCH 21, 2020
- The number of cases is now at 247 within 33 counties. Of those cases, 58 involve hospitalizations.
- Two more Ohio coronavirus deaths have been reported, with one each in Cuyahoga and Erie Counties. This brings Ohio's total to three deaths.
- The Ohio Department of Health says Cleveland, Dayton, and Tuscarawas County are current "hot spots" for the disease.
- A person who later tested positive for COVID-19 came into contact with roughly two dozen people at a "long-term care facility" in Tuscarawas County.
MARCH 20, 2020
- The total number of cases has climbed to 169 -- including Ohio's first reported death, a friend of Gov. DeWine.
- Cedar Point & Kings Island announce they have delayed the opening of the 2020 season.
- A Kent firefighter has tested positive for coronavirus.
MARCH 19, 2020
- The Ohio Department of Health confirms 119 cases of coronavirus in Ohio within 24 counties. There are now 33 hospitalizations due to the virus.
- ODH Director Dr. Amy Acton says the state is investigating its first potential coronavirus death.
MARCH 18, 2020
- The Ohio Department of Health confirms 88 cases of coronavirus in Ohio, 26 have been hospitalized
- Gov. Mike DeWine orders the closing of all but five of the BMV locations in Ohio. He also ordered all barbershops, salons, and tattoo parlors closed.
MARCH 17, 2020
- Lake County confirms its first case of coronavirus.
- The Ohio Department of Health confirms 67 cases of coronavirus in Ohio. 17 have been hospitalized.
- Cleveland Hopkins TSA officer tests positive for coronavirus
MARCH 16, 2020
- Geauga County confirms its first case of coronavirus.
- The Ohio Department of Health confirms 50 cases of coronavirus in Ohio. 14 have been hospitalized.
- Gov. Mike DeWine announced the closure of all fitness centers, gyms bowling alleys, public recreation centers, movie theaters, indoor water parks, trampolines, etc.
- Gov. DeWine and Secretary of State Frank LaRose said they were filing a motion recommending that in-person voting for the Ohio Primary be delayed until June 2.
MARCH 15, 2020
- Gov. Mike DeWine has issued an order closing all Ohio restaurants and bars effective at 9 p.m. Carry-out and delivery options will still be available.
- DeWine making adjustments to Ohio's unemployment requirements, allowing them to include those being quarantined or impacted by coronavirus preventative measures.
- The number of confirmed cases in Ohio has risen to 36, an increase in 10 from the day prior, according to the state Department of Health.
- Gov. DeWine said it's possible schools throughout Ohio could remain closed for the rest of the school year.
- Medina County confirms its first case of coronavirus. The person, who is in their late 60's, is in the hospital.
MARCH 14, 2020
- The number of confirmed cases in Ohio has now doubled to 26, including the first cases in Lorain County and the city of Cleveland.
- Tuscarawas County confirms 'presumptive positive' coronavirus test for one of its residents.
- Drive-thru testing (with a doctor's note) is now available for Cleveland Clinic patients, and will be available for University Hospitals Patients starting Monday.
MARCH 13, 2020
- There are now 13 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state of Ohio, including the first case in Summit County.
- The city of Cleveland will temporarily cease shutting off water and utilities for residents.
- Cleveland Schools CEO Eric Gordon says the district's schools and recreation centers have partnered to feed 3 meals a day to anyone 18 and under in the city, regardless if they are CMSD students.
- JACK Cleveland Casino, JACK Thistledown, and MGM Northfield Park are all temporarily closing following Gov. DeWine's ban on gatherings of more than 100 people.
MARCH 12, 2020
- Gov. DeWine issues ban on gatherings of more than 100 people and gives schools three-week spring break.
- Ohio's fifth case confirmed in Trumbull County man.
- The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony scheduled for Saturday, May 2 in Cleveland has been postponed.
- The Mid-American Conference cancels the remainder of basketball tournaments.
MARCH 11, 2020
- The fourth case of coronavirus is confirmed. A 53-year-old man from Stark County becomes the first community-spread case of coronavirus in Ohio.
- Cleveland's St. Patrick's Day parade is canceled.
- Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said he will be issuing an order on "mass gatherings" to help slow the spread.
MARCH 10, 2020
- No new cases confirmed today, but Gov. Mike DeWine recommends Ohio's colleges and universities go to online learning, advises no spectators for indoor sporting events.
MARCH 9, 2020
- Ohio confirms its first cases of the coronavirus involving three people in Cuyahoga County.
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