DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Most COVID-19 deaths in Clark and Greene counties have been between the lower 60s to upper 90s age range.
This is based on information provided by Greene County Public Health and the Clark County Combined Health District. WDTN.com has reached out to all the county coroner and public health departments in the Miami Valley for similar information and will include it as its released.
Since the beginning of the outbreak in March, 13 residents in Clark County have died according to the Ohio Department of Health Database. CCPH provided 10 death reports for county residents who had died at hospitals or locations inside Clark County.
Six of Clark County’s COVID-19 deaths were during hospitalizations while three were at a nursing home or long-term care facility, according to their certificate of death. One death occurred at the person’s residence. Seven of the victims had other pre-existing conditions.
Clark County COVID-19 Deaths
|65||Male||Severe Neurological Disorder||Nursing Home|
|88||Male||Coronary Artery Disease||Hospital|
In Greene County, there have been 11 deaths of residents; the youngest 50 years old and the oldest 96. Four of the victims were women while seven were men.
Deaths in Greene County
- Age: 50, 64, 65, 69, 69, 75, 78, 86, 87, 87, 96
- Gender: Four females, Seven Males
Greene and Clark counties are both Level 2 (orange) according to the latest county rating by ODH”s Ohio Public Health Advisory System.
As of Friday, July 31, 3,489 COVID-19 deaths had been reported in the state by the Ohio Department of Health. For more information on state COVID-19, visit the ODH website.
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