Every county in Ohio now has a high transmission rate of COVID-19, according to the most recent data released from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
For the last week, the CDC's map has every Ohio county listed as red.
According to data collected between Aug. 26 and Sept. 1, Ohio's statewide community transmission is high, with 303.9 cases per 100,000 people in the last seven days. The seven-day percent positivity rate is between 10% and 14.9%.
The CDC lists all 50 states and four territories and jurisdictions as red as of Sept. 2. The national seven-day case rate is 323.1 per 100,00 people and the seven-day positivity rate is at 9.58%.
COVID-19 cases:Daily Ohio cases reported can be found here
The counties with Ohio's three largest cities — Cincinnati in Hamilton County; Columbus in Franklin County; and Cleveland in Cuyahoga County — have also seen an increase in cases as the delta variant of the virus continues to spread.
According to the Ohio Department of Health's COVID-19 dashboard, on Aug. 31 Cuyahoga County reported 301 new cases, Franklin County reported 492 and Hamilton County reported 309.
The Ohio Hospital Association reported that as of Aug. 23-29, the largest age demographic seeing an increase in hospital admissions was in people ages 0-17, at a 68.2% increase from the previous week.
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How are Ohio's vaccination rates?
The ODOH reports that as of Thursday, 52.13% of Ohio's population have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The age group with the highest vaccine rate are those 70-74, with 87.14% having received at least one dose, and the lowest age demographic are 0-19, at 16.8%. Trailing behind are those ages 20-29, at 45.32%.
Currently, only the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for children over 12.
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