Meigs moves up a level with 19 active COVID-19 cases
POMEROY, Ohio – The Meigs County Health Department is reporting three additional confirmed and two additional probable cases of COVID-19 in Meigs County. Meigs County currently has 19 active cases and 1,489 total cases (1,332 Confirmed, 157 Probable) since April 2020.
|Date||Gender||Age Range||Confirmed / Probable||Hospitalization Status|
|4/29/2021||Female||70 to 79||Confirmed||Not Hospitalized|
|4/29/2021||Female||20 to 29||Confirmed||Not Hospitalized|
|4/29/2021||Female||40 to 49||Probable||Not Hospitalized|
|4/29/2021||Male||50 to 59||Probable||Not Hospitalized|
|4/30/2021||Female||50 to 59||Confirmed||Not Hospitalized|
As of April 29, 2021, the Ohio Public Health Advisory System moved Meigs County to a Level 2 (orange) emergency status for increased exposure and spread of Covid-19.
The Meigs County Health Department also announced one additional Meigs County resident has recovered from COVID-19.
A previously reported Covid-19 confirmed case was found not to be a Meigs County resident; therefore, was also removed from the total number of active cases.
For more information on the local COVID-19 situation, visit www.meigs-health.com/COVID-19. For information and orders from the state, follow the links on their page or visit www.coronavirus.ohio.gov.