Lycoming County adds 4 more COVID-19 fatalities

Lycoming County adds 4 more COVID-19 fatalities

Lycoming County has had 5,674 COVID-19 cases, 91 new since Saturday.

Clinton County has 1,850 cases, Tioga 1,873 and Sullivan 139. There are now five people hospitalized with the virus (two in Mason County; three outside Mason County.) Mason County's rate of new cases per 100,000 over two weeks is now 239, down from 299 on 12/23/2020. The county has also reported another 416 probable cases to date.

The state reported 2,494 additional people in the state who were diagnosed with COVID-19 in Monday's report with another 43 deaths.

Since the pandemic began, 391,248 of the 410,138 COVID-19 cases are considered to be no longer infectious and don't need to isolate.

The county reported one new COVID-19 death today. An additional 175 schools have not reported any cases, and 307 schools have yet to report their data to the state. Currently, 24 counties of the 92 counties in IN are rated Red, down from 26 last week. Lake County reported 38,879 cases and 571 deaths (37,552 and 562), the second most in the state in both categories.

Hospitals in the region reported ICU bed occupancy between 81 percent and 88 percent for the week ending December 22.

About 21% of the state's hospital beds are filled by COVID-19 patients, with 878 total admissions due to complications from the coronavirus.

The state listed 10,526 total COVID-19 cases in Trumbull County with 8,382 presumed recovered and 252 deaths.

COVID-19 vaccinations will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Below is Trumbull County's most recent profile on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System map, updated December 24.

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