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The Ohio Department of Health updates its numbers every afternoon on the spread of COVID-19. As of Thursday, May 28, 2020 the state reports 33,915 cases of COVID-19, 2,098 people have died from the coronavirus disease and 5,811 have been hospitalized. These numbers reflect inclusion of probable cases, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has encouraged states to now include. The state will provide both numbers on its key metrics page. The state has created a dashboard to provide people with more data on the outbreak.
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Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in Ohio
Map credit: Sue Zake
This map will be updated daily following the release of new data from the Ohio Department of Health.