COLUMBUS (WCMH) — In the latest Ohio coronavirus advisory map, Hamilton County is the lone purple (level 4) in the state with all of the Miami Valley remaining red (level 3).
This is the first time in four weeks, a county in Ohio was purple.
The rest of Ohio remains the same, with 83 counties being red on the map, and four are orange (level 2). It’s been more than two months since there were any yellow (level 1) counties in the state.
The four orange counties are:
During his Thursday briefing, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that Lorain and Clermont counties are on the watch list.