The state of Ohio Thursday yesterday reported 3,590 new cases of COVID-19, which is 25% more than the previous high reported last Saturday.
Governor Mike DeWine said is concerned about the spread of the virus, which he said has all but 2 counties in the state either in the red or orange risk level on the Public Health Advisory map.
Richland County remains in the red for the 5th week in a row. Crawford also in the Red, while Ashland and Knox are in the Orange Level 2
DeWine also asking county leaders, mayor’s hospital and business leaders to come together and create a COVID-19 defense team.