Thus Far- 64% of Ross COVID Tests Have Been "Negative" For Virus

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

Not all confirmed cases were tested at Adena Health System and Adena may have additional confirmed cases that are not Ross County residents as they serve a multi-county region.

At the time of this release, there have been 162 Ross County residents tested, 13 confirmed positive, 103 negative, and 46 suspected (waiting on test results). Those confirmed with COVID-19 range in ages 23-75. There are ten males and three females.

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

The Health District reminds the public to do your part and stay home. If you need assistance during this stay at home order, residents can call 2-1-1 or visit to find local resources and services in Ross County.


Statewide, as of 2pm Saturday, April 11th:

  • 6,187 confirmed cases
  • 242 deaths
  • 1,858 hospitalized


Special Olympics Ohio announced Friday it had canceled its Summer Games, scheduled for late June at Ohio State University in Columbus. The organization said it was suspending all activities through July 6.

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office in Columbus said Saturday that two inmates at a corrections facility in Jackson Pike have tested positive for the virus and have been placed together in a “negative air flow" cell.

The ACLU of Ohio has sued U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on behalf of vulnerable immigrants who are medically at risk of being infected by COVID-19 at the Geauga and Seneca county jails.

The Wayne County Health Department said Friday that a nursing home in Wooster accounts for more than half the 37 people infected with COVID-19 and all five coronavirus-related deaths in the county.

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