Meigs County Health Department ceases regular COVID-19 updates
POMEROY, Ohio – Cases of the coronavirus have continued to drop in Meigs County to the point the health department is no longer issuing regularly scheduled COVID-19 updates.
On June 4, the Meigs County Health Department is reporting two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Meigs County. Meigs County currently has only two active cases. There has been a total of 1,523 total Covid-19 cases (1,366 Confirmed, 157 Probable) since April2020.
|Date||Gender||Age Range||Confirmed / Probable||Hospitalization Status|
|6/3/2021||Female||30 to 39||Confirmed||Not Hospitalized|
|6/4/2021||Female||10 to 19||Confirmed||Not Hospitalized|
As of May 27, 2021, the Ohio Public Health Advisory System is no longer issuing weekly update to track prevalence of Covid-19 in our county. As of June 4, the Meigs County Health Department will no longer be releasing a regularly scheduled media release on Covid-19 updates.
The total number of residents since April 2020 to have recovered from Covid-19 is 1,482.
PFIZER, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines are now available for free by appointment, Monday through Friday at the Meigs County Health Department. To make an appointment go to, www.meigs-health.com or call 740-992-6626 for assistance. A schedule for the upcoming Covid-19 vaccination clinics is available for review.
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 our page or visit www.coronavirus.ohio.gov.