That’s when Hamilton Health Commissioner Kay Farrar first received was notified about him.
“We do not know how he contracted it at this point, if it’s community spread or if he had contact with someone who traveled recently,” Saurber said.
Farrar is working to learn more about the man’s history, with whom he had contact and other details. The city is also tracking information about the city employees who transported him.
The latest Butler County Health District report shows 31 confirmed cases, including 61 percent in Liberty and West Chester townships, and 12 recoveries in the county.
Health Commissioner Jennifer Bailer releases epidemiology reports three times per week. Cases by location include:
• West Chester Twp. - 10
• Liberty Twp. - 9
• Hamilton - 4
• Fairfield - 3
• Oxford - 3
• Middletown - 2
• Fairfield Twp. - 1
• Okeana - 1
It took patients 11 to 24 days to recover with the median recovery being 17 days.
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