The Seneca County General Health District reported a total of 280 cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Wednesday morning.
Of those 280 cases, 95 are considered to be active cases while 174 are considered to have recovered.
There have been 11 coronavirus-related deaths in Seneca County.
12 people in Seneca County are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.
The age range of those infected in Seneca County is from 1-year-old to 96-years-old, with an average age of 45-years-old.
Statewide, the Ohio Department of Health reported 958 new confirmed and probable cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Wednesday, which is below the state’s 21-day reported daily case rolling average of 1,095.
The batch of new cases brings the state’s total number of COVID-19 cases to 110,881.
36 additional deaths were reported Wednesday, bringing the state’s total number of coronavirus-related deaths to 3,907.
Hospitalizations are up by 93 compared to Tuesday’s data, making for a total of 12,529 reported hospitalizations statewide.
Admissions to intensive care units are up by 22, with a total of 2,827 ICU admissions throughout Ohio.