Coronavirus in Ohio: Clark County

Coronavirus

Case numbers are updated daily at 2 p.m. on the Ohio Department of Health’s website.


May 18: 148 cases of COVID-19 reported in Clark County have led to 22 hospitalizations and three deaths.

May 15: There are 131 reported cases of coronavirus in Clark County, leading to 20 hospitalizations and three deaths.

May 11: 98 reported cases of COVID-19 in Clark County have led to 19 hospitalizations and three deaths.

May 6: There are 71 cases of coronavirus in Clark County, leading to 12 hospitalizations and two deaths.

May 4: 70 cases of coronavirus in Clark County have led to 12 hospitalizations and two deaths.

April 30: There are 57 cases of coronavirus in Clark County, leading to 10 hospitalizations and two deaths.

April 27: 43 cases of COVID-19 in Clark County have led to nine hospitalizations and two deaths.

April 21: There are 28 COVID-19 cases reported in Clark County, leading to nine hospitalizations.

April 13: 20 COVID-19 cases have led to five hospitalizations in Clark County.

April 9: There are now 14 COVID-19 cases reported to the state, leading to four hospitalizations.

April 7: An additional case of COVID-19 was reported to the state Tuesday afternoon, bringing the total to 11 cases. Four of those individuals have been hospitalized.

April 6: There are 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clark County, leading to four hospitalizations.

April 2: There are 7 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Clark County. Four of those cases have resulted in hospitalization.

March 28: The Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) has confirmed a total of six positive cases of COVID-19.

On Saturday, health officials said that two females, one in her 70s and one in her 60s, were both hospitalized with the virus. A male in his 30s also tested positive. 2 NEWS is told he was previously hospitalized but is no longer in the hospital.

A woman in her 60s was confirmed to have coronavirus on March 23. The county’s first case was announced on March 18 when a male in his 70s tested positive.

2 NEWS received an email confirming a sixth case, a male in his 70s has also tested positive and is currently hospitalized.

“The positive cases are not isolated to one area. We also know that there are unconfirmed cases throughout the county due to testing availability,” said Charles Patterson, Clark County Health Commissioner. “At this point in the pandemic, social distancing and following the ‘Stay at Home’ order are the only ways we will slow down this virus.”

The cases were found in the city of Springfield, Bethel Township, German Township and the city of New Carlisle.

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