Fayette and Ross County Still High on State's COVID Incidence List

(24/7 News Source) -- Governor Mike DeWine says over 75-percent of Ohio's counties are considered as having a high incidence of COVID-19 under the CDCs latest guidelines. 

DeWine spoke Tuesday to reporters, telling them that 69 of the state's 88 counties met the CDC criteria of high incidence per a population of 100-thousand people. 

In the Central Ohio area, Fayette is at number four, Athens at five, and Ross at eight, placing them in the top ten for the state's worst-case count. 

Franklin County is ranked 45th in the state with Licking at 33, Madison at 39, Marion at 40, Pickaway at 41, Fairfield at 46, Delaware at 56, and Union at 64.

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