Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Ross County Increases to Four


The Ross County Health District is reporting that there are now four confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ross County residents.

The Health District’s infectious disease staff continue following established guidelines and will contact anyone these individuals have been in close contact with.

The Health District reminds residents that as of Tuesday, March 31st Ross County has been declared by the Ross County Commissioners, to be under a state of emergency and stresses the importance of Governor DeWine’s ‘Stay At Home’ Order.

Residents are to only leave their homes for essential services. If you do have to leave for essential shopping, only one, symptom-free person in the household should go to the store, use online shopping and pick-up services whenever possible or make a list of items before you leave your house to avoid spending unnecessary time browsing. The Health District reminds residents to keep 6 ft. distancing in the store, waiting in line, and to respect the store employees by giving them space and adhering to additional guidelines they may have in place.

Ross County Health District’s Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) program asks you to avoid buying items labeled WIC as participants are limited to those items only.

If you need assistance during this stay at home order, residents can call 2-1-1 or visit www.211oh.org to find local resources and services in Ross County


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