COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — In the latest Ohio coronavirus advisory map, 38 counties are now considered level 3(red).
This is the highest number of cases since Ohio began releasing the map, and increase from 29 counties since last week.
The counties that are red include:
There are only four yellow (Level 1) counties in the state, while the rest are orange (Level 2).
During his Thursday briefing, Governor Mike DeWine said 74% of Ohioans are living in a red county and 92.8% are living in a red or high incidence county. Only 1% of Ohioans are living in a yellow county.
DeWine also announced that three counties are on the watch list to move to level 4(purple). Those are Clark, Cuyahoga and Hamilton counties.
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