Mahoning, Trumbull see rise of 20-plus cases
WARREN — Several new coronavirus cases were reported locally Monday by the Ohio Department of Health.
Twenty-two new cases were reported in Mahoning County and 20 new cases in Trumbull County.
It is one of the few instances in the last month that either county reported a double-digit increase of new cases in one day. Sometimes, it takes time for the state to get data on new cases, so the cases may not be recent.
Gov. Mike DeWine has said before the data is slow to roll in on Mondays.
That brings the total number of cases in Mahoning County to 3,095, where there have been 281 deaths, 2,636 presumed recovered and 489 hospitalizations.
Trumbull County has had 1,916 total cases — 132 deaths, 1,674 presumed recovered and 345 hospitalizations.
Columbiana County saw eight new cases, bringing the total to 1,940. There have been 80 deaths, 219 hospitalizations and 1,806 presumed recovered in the county.
Statewide, ODH reported 993 new cases Monday, bringing the total to 151,802. There have been 4,746 deaths, 15,307 hospitalizations and 130,859 presumed recovered.