Ohio 2 p.m. virus update: 23 more COVID-19 deaths, including 3 more in Valley

There are at least 142 COVID-19 confirmed deaths in the state, including 30 in the Mahoning Valley, according to the daily 2 p.m. update from the Ohio Department of Health.

That’s up from 119 confirmed deaths, including 27 in the Valley Sunday.

The new Valley deaths are two in Mahoning and one in Trumbull counties.

There are now 17 deaths in Mahoning and eight in Trumbull while there remains five in Columbiana counties.

There are 4,450 confirmed cases of the virus in Ohio today, up from 4,043 Sunday, according to the department of health.

There are 272 cases in Mahoning County, up from 261 Sunday. Mahoning has the most deaths of any county in the state and has the highest per capita number of cases and deaths from the virus.

There are 102 cases in Trumbull County, up from 92 Sunday.

In Columbiana County, there are 53 cases, up from 42 Sunday.

Statewide, 1,214 people have been hospitalized as of today because of the virus, up from 1,104 a day earlier.

There are 371 people in intensive-care units, up from 346 Sunday.


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