Ohio reports 19,442 more COVID-19 cases: daily coronavirus update for Thursday, Jan. 6

1/6/2022 10:59:00 PM

This is the third straight day when the daily case count has been over 19,000.

This is the third straight day when the daily case count has been over 19,000.

Thursday marked the third straight day Ohio has reported at least 19,000 new coronavirus cases

The state of Ohio on Wednesday reported 19,442 new cases of COVID-19.on Wednesday reported 19,750 new cases of COVID-19, coming close to the one-day record of 20,598 cases set on Dec.Find out how to get the COVID-19 vaccine in your Northeast Ohio county here The 24-hour increase of 19,750 reported cases is a cumulative of all positive test results as a lagging indicator the Ohio Department of Health received on Wednesday; not a total number of new infections reported in a single day.CINCINNATI — Opponents of the mandate are saying there's an untold story that everyone will experience if it's enforced.

That’s not a record, but it is the sixth highest total reported for a single day.All the higher totals have occurred since Dec.Ohio has reported at least 18,000 coronavirus a day in each report for the last week, a s the total case count since early 2020 has now reached 2,112,824.28, the record being 20,598 on Friday, Dec.Copyright 2022 WOIO.31.COVID-19 deaths are reported twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, though often the deaths being reported are weeks old.This is the third straight day when the daily case count has been over 19,000.After being bounced around in the lower courts, the Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in the case on Friday, just days before the mandate is slated to be enforced.

The total case count since early 2020 has now reached 2,132, 266.8% of Ohioans age 5 and up.Ohio’s death toll since the beginning of the pandemic now stands at 29,674.COVID-19 deaths are reported twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, though often the deaths being reported are weeks old.Since the beginning of 2021, there have been 48,399 hospitalized Ohioans who were not fully vaccinated, and 2,853 fully vaccinated people hospitalized.A total of 7,032,160 Ohioans have received at least one vaccination, representing about 63.9% of Ohioans age 5 and up.The state does not report for COVID-19 cases whether people were vaccinated.As for the mandate's future, the court of appeals in Cincinnati may offer a sign of what's to come.

Since the beginning of 2021, there have been 15,324 deaths among people reported as unvaccinated, and 729 among people reported to be fully vaccinated.Since the start of last year, there have been 50,828 hospitalized Ohioans who were not fully vaccinated, and 2,991 fully vaccinated people hospitalized.“Due to the high volume of cases being reported during the current COVID 19 surge, not all cases reported in the past 24 hours may have been fully processed and may not appear on the current trends dashboard today,” the Ohio Department of Health said.These numbers are updated weekly, each Thursday.The state does not report for COVID-19 cases whether people were vaccinated.We anticipate that the processing delay may continue for the coming days.However, the total cases being reported recently likely are understated.The owner is paying for antibody testing for her more than 100 employees to see who already has immunity from COVID-19.

“Due to the high volume of cases being reported during the current COVID 19 surge, not all cases reported in the past 24 hours may have been fully processed and may not appear on the current trends dashboard today,” the Ohio Department of Health said.* Total reported hospitalizations: 98,277, up 593.“All systems are functioning at max capacity to process cases as quickly as possible during the surge.We anticipate that the processing delay may continue for the coming days.Tuesday’s recap: * Total reported cases: 2,093,074, up 20,411.” Thursday’s recap: * Total reported cases: 2,132,266, up 19,442.* Total reported hospitalizations: 98,730, up 453.* Total reported ICU admissions: 11,860, up 57..

* Total reported ICU admissions: 11,956, up 43.Wednesday’s recap * Total reported cases: 2,112,824, up 19,750.* Total reported hospitalizations: 98,277, up 593.* Total reported ICU admissions: 11,913, up 53.Related coverage:.

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