All of Ohio’s 88 counties are in the red in a high category.
According to data collected by the Ohio Department of Health, there is an average of 507.4 coronavirus cases per 100,000 residents.
That’s according to case onset dates from September 30 through October 13.
Some of the state’s biggest counties have the lowest number of cases per 100,000 residents.
Cuyahoga has 395.4 cases per 100k.
That’s compared with the highest on the list in Guersney County with 1,124.1 per 100k.
That’s 1 in 7 new admissions, which is an improvement over the previous week of 1 in 6 admissions.
910 people are in ICU receiving treatment for coronavirus.
That’s 1 in 4 patients, which has been the case for several weeks.
Admissions are down in every age group, except 60 to 79.