Where are Ohio’s largest coronavirus peaks?


CLEVELAND, Ohio – Growth in known cases of coronavirus in Ohio is occurring statewide, with more cases reported in the past two weeks than in the previous two weeks in 62 of the 88 counties.

Overall, Ohio has added 9,779 cases in the past two weeks, according to reports from the Ohio Department of Health. This is 23% higher than 5,660 francs the previous two weeks ending June 16, according to cleveland.com when reviewing daily reports.

Details released by the state come with the caveat that testing has increased dramatically, though health officials and Gov. Mike DeWine say the increased testing only partially explains the increase in the number of known cases.

Trends for some of the smaller counties with relatively few cases are less reliable to identify.

But among the 28 counties with a population of at least 100,000, the trend is clear: There has been a strong concentration of new cases in southwest Ohio.

Cases increased 66% in Montgomery County (Dayton), 59% in nearby Clark County, 51% in Hamilton County (Cincinnati), and at least 30% in three other counties adjacent to Hamilton or Montgomery-Clermont ( 42%), Warren (41%) and Greene (38%).

In comparison, cases during the past two weeks increased 30% in Cuyahoga County (Cleveland), 26% in Franklin (Columbus), 14% in Summit (Akron), 8% in Mahoning (Youngstown), and 6% in Lucas (Toledo)

Elsewhere in the Cleveland metropolitan area, earnings have been 24% in Lake County, 20% in Medina, 17% in Lorain, 17% in Geauga and 16% in Portage.

Overall, 62 Ohio counties had more recently reported cases in the past two weeks than in the previous two-week period, five had the same number and 21 had fewer.

Here is the breakdown by county, which shows the number of cases reported from June 3 to 16, June 17 to 28, and the percentage increase for each two-week period from previous totals to the date of June 2 and June 16.

County Cases
reported
3-16 June
Change Cases
reported
June 17-30
Change Population
Pike one 12.5% eleven 122.2% 27,772
Holmes 47 104.4% 110 119.6% 43,960
Ferret 19 31.7% 91 91 115.2% 58,266
Ashland 9 9 45.0% 24 82.8% 53,484
Lawrence 5 5 16.7% 28 80.0% 59,463
Van wert 7 7 100.0% 10 71.4% 28,275
Scioto 4 4 23.5% 14 66.7% 75,314
Montgomery 338 49.1% 678 66.1% 531,687
Clark 162 54.4% 269 58.5% 134,083
Meigs one 16.7% 4 4 57.1% 22,907
Gallia one 12.5% 5 5 55.6% 29,898
Hamilton 595 21.9% 1,694 51.1% 817,473
Morgan one 20.0% 3 50.0% 14,508
Noble 0 0 0.0% 3 50.0% 14,424
Coshocton eleven 26.8% 24 46.2% 36,600
Enrique 4 4 25.0% 9 9 45.0% 27,006
Athens 5 5 27.8% 10 43.5% 65,327
Clermont 29 13.5% 103 42.2% 206,428
Preble 5 5 12.8% 18 years 40.9% 40,882
Burrow 142 37.1% 213 40.6% 234,602
Carroll 6 6 19.4% 14 37.8% 26,914
Greene 49 48.0% 57 37.7% 168,937
Brown 10 35.7% 14 36.8% 43,432
Paulding 3 21.4% 6 6 35.3% 18,672
Guernsey 8 22.2% fifteen 34.1% 38,875
Ross 8 11.0% 26 32.1% 76,666
Columbiana 40 4.5% 284 30.8% 101,883
Cuyahoga 690 15.1% 1,560 29.6% 1,235,072
Fairfield 73 24.3% 107 28.6% 157,574
Beating 59 22.9% 87 27.4% 176,862
Muskingum 6 6 11.5% fifteen 25.9% 86,215
Franklin 1,293 21.6% 1,859 25.5% 1,316,756
Butler 201 21.9% 285 25.4% 383,134
Trumbull 81 13.9% 169 25.4% 197,974
Perry 5 5 26.3% 6 6 25.0% 36,134
Tuscarawas 54 15.3% 101 24.9% 91,987
Hancock 10 19.6% fifteen 24.6% 75,783
Union 10 19.2% fifteen 24.2% 58,988
Richland 48 23.4% 61 24.1% 121,154
lake 41 13.3% 83 23.7% 230,149
Highlands 8 30.8% 8 23.5% 43,161
Adams 7 7 70.0% 4 4 23.5% 27,698
Across the state 5,660 15.6% 9,779 23.3% 11,689,100
Delaware 63 18.5% 91 91 22.6% 209,177
Allen 29 13.7% 52 21.6% 102,351
Logan 8 20.0% 10 20.8% 45,672
Medina 44 12.4% 80 20.0% 179,746
Shelby 6 6 14.0% 9 9 18.4% 48,590
Wyandot 4 4 8.9% 9 9 18.4% 21,772
Rigid 138 18.6% 161 18.3% 370,606
Knox 8 32.0% 6 6 18.2% 62,322
Hardin 33 54.1% 17 18.1% 31,365
Lorain 105 15.0% 140 17.3% 309,833
Sandusky 22 26.8% 18 years 17.3% 58,518
Portage 25 7.6% 58 16.4% 162,466
Auglaize eleven 14.7% 13 15.1% 45,656
Summit 231 15.7% 247 14.5% 541,013
Wood 29 9.7% 47 14.3% 130,817
Seneca 8 38.1% 4 4 13.8% 55,178
Wayne 30 10.7% 42 13.5% 115,710
Geauga fifty 17.1% Four. Five 13.2% 93,649
Clinton eleven 25.6% 7 7 13.0% 41,968
Miami 27 7.5% 49 12.6% 106,987
Belmont 31 7.1% 59 12.6% 67,006
Challenge 6 6 17.6% 5 5 12.5% 38,087
Putnam 8 8.6% 12 11.9% 33,861
Madison eleven 7.0% 19 11.3% 44,731
Williams 4 4 7.3% 6 6 10.2% 36,692
Crawford 7 7 6.0% 12 9.8% 41,494
Ottawa fifteen 14.6% eleven 9.3% 40,525
Mercer 30 13.8% 2. 3 9.3% 41,172
Harrison one 10.0% one 9.1% 15,040
Mahoning 151 10.4% 134 8.3% 228,683
Fulton 9 9 20.5% 4 4 7.5% 42,126
Ashtabula 52 15.3% 28 7.1% 97,241
Jefferson 5 5 7.6% 5 5 7.0% 65,325
Jackson two 14.3% one 6.3% 32,413
Erie 37 20.8% 13 6.0% 74,266
Luke 178 7.8% 140 5.7% 428,348
Darke 41 22.7% 12 5.4% 51,113
Washington 0 0 0.0% 6 6 5.1% 59,911
Hocking 3 4.3% 3 4.1% 28,264
Monroe 3 3.8% 3 3.7% 13,654
Next day 3 2.8% 4 4 3.6% 35,328
Champagne 8 28.6% one 2.8% 38,885
Fayette 5 5 12.5% one 2.2% 28,525
Take it away 33 1.6% Four. Five 2.1% 58,457
Marion 38 1.4% 14 0.5% 65,093
Vinton one 4.8% 0 0 0.0% 13,085

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