State Health Department's daily update on the COVID-19 pandemic
State Health Department's daily update on the COVID-19 pandemic

OHIO — Per the Ohio Dept. of Health’s daily 2 p.m. update, as of May 22 there are 28,758 confirmed cases in Ohio, plus an additional 2,036 probable cases using the CDC’s Expanded Case Definition, for a total of 30,794 cases.

The State Health Dept. reports 82 confirmed cases in Putnam County, and two probable cases, for a total of 84 cases. The state also reports 15 hospitalizations, along with 12 confirmed and one probable COVID-related death in the county.

Infections by county as reported by the State Health Dept.: Adams 8, Allen 178, Ashland 17, Ashtabula 272, Athens 13, Auglaize 56, Belmont 374, Brown 24, Butler 734, Carroll 28, Champaign 26, Clark 184, Clermont 170, Clinton 43, Columbiana 476, Coshocton 23, Crawford 104, Cuyahoga 3,762, Darke 146, Defiance 32, Delaware 282, Erie 133, Fairfield 229, Fayette 34, Franklin 4,996, Fulton 35, Gallia 7, Geauga 248, Greene 86, Guernsey 29, Hamilton 2,279, Hancock 47, Hardin 37, Harrison 10, Henry 13, Highland 16, Hocking 64, Holmes 20, Huron 48, Jackson 11, Jefferson 62, Knox 23, Lake 252, Lawrence 28, Licking 200, Logan 33, Lorain 626, Lucas 2,071, Madison 128, Mahoning 1,295, Marion 2,581, Medina 258, Meigs 5, Mercer 170, Miami 337, Monroe 71, Montgomery 561, Morgan 5, Morrow 103, Muskingum 43, Noble 5, Ottawa 66, Paulding 12, Perry 17, Pickaway 2,033, Pike 6, Portage 308, Preble 30, Putnam 84, Richland 178, Ross 61, Sandusky 63, Scioto 14, Seneca 16, Shelby 36, Stark 655, Summit 1,183, Trumbull 507, Tuscarawas 301, Union 40, Van Wert 5, Vinton 18, Warren 310, Washington 116, Wayne 242, Williams 48, Wood 261 , and Wyandot 33.

The Ohio Dept. of Health reports there are 1,691 confirmed COVID-related deaths in Ohio and an additional 181 probable COVID-related deaths using the CDC’s Expanded Death Definition, for a total of 1,872 deaths. The number of hospitalizations in Ohio due to COVID-19 is 5,379. The number of ICU admissions is 1,416. The age range of those infected is <1-109 with the median age of 50. Males represent 53% of infections and females represent 47%.