As of Monday afternoon, there were 241 confirmed cases, three probable cases and five deaths. The number of cases increased by 10 since Sunday.
Four of those cases were reported in the city of Middletown, and five from the city of Hamilton, according to the Middletown and Hamilton health departments.
Middletown spokeswoman Shelby Quinlivan said three confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported over the weekend. They were not hospitalized, but she said on Monday a 94-year-old man was hospitalized.
The three over the weekend were a 60-year-old man, 40-year-old female and 29-year-old female.
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In all, 29 in Middletown has contracted COVID-19.
Hamilton has seen 31 people contract the novel coronavirus, including a 29-year-old man in a hospital’s intensive care unit.
Additionally, a 38-year-old man, 42-year-old woman, 53-year-old man and 60-year-old woman also contracted COVID-19.
On Monday, the Ohio Department of Health reported 15,699 confirmed cases with an additional 626 probable cases. Nearly 1,000 have been admitted to ICUs around the state.
The state also confirms 712 have died in Ohio from the novel coronavirus, and another 41 probable deaths.
Warren County has reported 120 confirmed cases, 22 hospitalizations, and nine deaths, as of Monday.