Coronavirus cases rise in Butler County, Middletown

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Caption
Coronavirus: How to make fabric masks during COVID-19 pandemic

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose in Butler County and the city of Middletown, according to the latest data released Monday.

Butler County cases rose to 76, and there remain two deaths. The city of Middletown has reported four more cases.

Middletown spokeswoman Shelby Quinlivan said Monday the latest confirmed cases of COVID-19 include a 52-year-old female, a 57-year-old male and a 65-year-old female who were not hospitalized. A 30-year-old male was briefly hospitalized and was discharged, she said.

These cases raise the total to 10 confirmed in the city.

MORE: Second Butler County resident dies from coronavirus

As of today, the Ohio Department of Health has reported 4,450 confirmed cases in Ohio with 1,214 hospitalizations that includes 371 admissions to Intensive Care Units across the state. The median age of people confirmed with COVID-19 is 54 and the age range is from under 1 year of age to age 101. There have been 142 Ohioans who died from COVID-19 statewide.

Warren County has reported 37 confirmed cases, five hospitalizations, and no deaths.