Coronavirus in Ohio: Miami County

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


May 18: There are 332 COVID-19 cases reported in Miami County, leading to 49 hospitalizations and 30 deaths.

May 15: 326 cases of coronavirus in Miami County have led to 49 hospitalizations and 30 deaths.

May 11: There are 313 reported COVID-19 cases in Miami County, leading to 49 hospitalizations and 28 deaths.

May 6: 144 positive cases of coronavirus in Miami County have led to 49 hospitalizations and 27 deaths.

May 4: Miami County is reporting 144 positive COVID-19 cases and 27 deaths due to COVID-19. The case age range is less than 1 year old to 96 years old, with 86 females & 58 males.

April 30: There are 139 reported cases of COVID-19 in Miami County, leading to 49 hospitalizations and 27 deaths.

April 27: 136 cases of COVID-19 in Miami County have led to 49 hospitalizations and 25 deaths.

April 21: There are 133 reported coronavirus cases in Miami County, leading to 47 hospitalizations and 22 deaths.

April 17: 129 COVID-19 cases in Miami County have led to 47 hospitalizations and 22 deaths.

April 15: Miami County is reporting 125 positive COVID-19 cases and 21 deaths due to COVID-19. The case age range is less than 1 year old to 96 years old, with 73 females & 52 males.

April 14: There are 122 positive cases of COVID-19 reported in Miami County, leading to 46 hospitalizations and 19 deaths.

April 13: Miami County is reporting 121 positive COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths due to COVID-19, in Miami County. The case age range is less than 1 year old to 96 years old, with 70 females & 51 males.

April 10: 113 COVID-19 cases were reported to the state on Friday, leading to 44 hospitalizations and 14 deaths. The case onset date range is March 2, 2020 – April 7, 2020 and an age range of less than 1 year old to 96 years old.

April 9: There are 110 positive cases reported in Miami County. Ages range from less than 1 through 96, 63 are female, 47 are male.

42 have been hospitalized. 14 people have died. Their ages range from 50 through 93. Six are female and eight are male.

April 8: There are now 107 cases of COVID-19 reported in Miami County, leading to 41 hospitalizations and 14 deaths.

April 7: As of Tuesday afternoon, 101 cases of COVID-19 were reported to the state, leading to 37 hospitalizations and 12 deaths. 56 patients are female while 45 are male.

April 6: 90 cases of COVID-19 are being reported in Miami County, leading to 31 hospitalizations and 10 deaths.

At least 21 of these cases are health care workers and 31 are associated with long-term care facilities.

We’re told that at last update, all 10 deaths are associated with nursing homes.

Patients range in age from 16 to 96. 51 are females and 39 are males.

April 2: Miami County is reporting 2 additional deaths due to COVID-19. The individuals, a 68-year-old female Koester Pavilion resident and a 90-year-old male Springmeade resident, bring the total number of COVID-19 related deaths for Miami County to 8.

Due to jurisdiction changes, currently, there are 62 positive COVID-19 cases in Miami County.

April 1: There are 64 cases of coronavirus in Miami County, according to Public Health. 20 of the 64 are not related to the outbreak at Koester Pavilion & Springmeade Health Center. 34 are female and 30 are male.

The age range for all cases in Miami County is 16-93.

March 31: Miami County Public Health is reporting 52 positive COVID-19 cases in the area.  Of these cases, 25 are female and 27 male. The number of deaths is unchanged from six reported on Monday.

March 30: Miami County is reporting the fifth and sixth deaths associated with COVID-19. The individuals were an 85 year old male resident of Springmeade Health Center and an 85 year old female resident of Koester Pavilion. Ohio Department of Health is reporting 46 positive COVID-19 cases in Miami County, with 16 hospitalizations. Of the 46 cases, 22 are female and 24 are male.

March 27: It was confirmed Friday that two deaths associated with Koester Pavilion in Miami County were COVID-19 related, bringing the total of deaths due to COVID-19 to four.

The Ohio Department of Health is reporting 32 positive cases in Miami County.

“In the coming days and weeks, Miami County will continue to see an increase in positive COVID-19 cases associated with community spread. This is expected and serves as a reminder that everyone in the community should be following the Stay-At-Home order. By staying at home and practicing social distancing, that will slow the spread of the virus and will help flatten the curve for Ohio,” said Miami County Public Health in a release.

If you develop COVID-19 symptoms, you are asked to call your healthcare provider first. If your symptoms are mild, treat yourself in quarantine at home. If they become severe, you may need to seek medical attention.

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