MAHONING COUNTY, Ohio (WKBN) – Mahoning County Public Health reported on Tuesday that there are 25 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and four new coronavirus-related deaths in the county.
Of those 468 cases, there have been 183 hospitalizations and 35 coronavirus-related deaths in Mahoning County.
According to Mahoning County Public Health, 46% of the confirmed cases have been male and 54% have been female. The median age is 61 years old.
Of the fatal cases, 96% of the victims had underlying health conditions. Fifty-four percent were in long-term care facilities, and the median age of the fatal cases is 79 years old.
The City of Youngstown released their own numbers. The city has 69 confirmed cases, 33 hospitalizations and five deaths. That is one new case and no new deaths from Monday.
These number may not be reflected in the Ohio Department of Health’s updated COVID-19 numbers, which will be released at 2 p.m.