Under a “Stay‑at‑home” directive, the Birthplace of Aviation has been a “locked” State, meaning Governor DeWine 1) issued statewide stay‑at‑home orders for some, if not all residents; and 2) forced the closure of various businesses, parks, restaurants, churches and schools for 57 days.
A total of 7 States have abstained from issuing residential lockdown orders: Arkansas, Iowa, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. Of these, the Governor of South Dakota also refused to shutter businesses.
The State of Ohio has a statewide mask mandate currently in effect.
The Case Fatality Risk (CFR) for Ohio, which includes comorbidities is 1.29%. This means that 98.71% of COVID‑19 cases involving underlying health conditions are not fatal.
The adjusted Case Fatality Risk (CFR) for Ohio, which reflects deaths caused only by COVID‑19 is 0.06%. This means that 99.94% of cases where healthy people become infected are not fatal.
The Birthplace of Aviation has had a total of 653,650 confirmed cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and 8,456 deaths from it.
Ohio participates in the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID‑19)‑Associated Hospitalization Surveillance Network (COVID‑NET) with 10 counties reporting and 18% of the State population represented. The population is 11,689,100 people with a density of 284 people per mi².
The chance of a member of the general population getting COVID‑19 in the State of Ohio is 5.59%.
The risk of death to a member of the general population of Ohio from the coronavirus disease is 0.07%.
Ohio does not use the Exposure Notifications System (ENS) API co‑developed by Apple and Google.
The Birthplace of Aviation currently has a travel advisory for 15 affected States: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Iowa, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee and Utah. Those entering Ohio from an affected State are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days.