Wyandot County reaches 170 active COVID-19 cases Posted on November 25, 2020 0 Spread the Love - Share this Post! Tuesday, Wyandot County Public Health reported 170 active cases in Wyandot County. The cumulative case count since March is 712 and includes 629 lab-confirmed cases, 71 probable cases and 12 additional probable cases based on positive antibody tests. There are currently six patients hospitalized. A total of 57 hospitalizations have occurred. There have been 16 deaths and 526 recoveries. Wyandot County currently is at a level two (orange) on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System. At level two, there is increased exposure and spread and county residents are asked to exercise a high degree of caution. Continue to practice social distancing, to wear face coverings in public, to clean and disinfect regularly, to monitor health daily and to wash hands frequently. Tuesday, the Ohio Department of Health reported 371,908 confirmed and probable cases, 25,069 hospitalizations and 6,118 deaths in Ohio. For additional statewide case information, download the COVID Summary data spreadsheet at coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/COVIDSummaryData.csv. The Ohio Department of Health has created a dashboard which provides both local and regional data at coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/ portal/gov/covid-19/home/dashboard. Antibody testing currently is available to the public. As Wyandot County Public Health receives the results of these tests, it will be reported using specific criteria. If the patient received a positive antibody test and had been in close contact with a lab-confirmed case, linked to a community outbreak or exhibited symptoms of COVID-19, the case will be labeled as probable. A positive antibody test result meeting none of these conditions will be considered a suspected case. For more information on antibody tests, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/testing/serology-overview.html. A statewide mandated face covering order is in place. All individuals in Ohio must wear facial coverings in public at all times. — At an indoor location that is not a residence. — Outdoors, but unable to maintain 6-foot social distance from people who are not household members. — Waiting for, riding, driving, or operating public transportation, such as a taxi, a car service, or a private car used for ride-sharing. The order only requires those 10 years old or older to wear a mask. The order also doesn’t apply to: — Those who are actively exercising or playing sports. — Those who are officiants at religious services. Additional information is available at the ODH information line by calling 833-4-ASK-ODH and at the CDC’s website cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/. Spread the Love - Share this Post!