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Governor Mike DeWine confirmed Ohio’s 4th case of COVID-19. The individual is a man, mid-50s, in Stark County. He has no travel history outside the US, which means we have a case of "community spread".
Governor DeWine is issuing an order for nursing homes/assisted living, limiting visitors to one per day per resident. There must be a single point of entry - and everyone will be screened for temperature/potential illness. Visitor logs must be kept.
Governor DeWine will also be issuing an order regarding rules for mass gatherings in Ohio.
See the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 daily dashboard for the latest.
Visit Hudson’s Coronavirus web page for more information and resources to help answer your questions.
Governor Mike DeWine confirmed three cases in the State of Ohio on Monday, March 9. The three positive cases are all in Cuyahoga County. Governor Dewine has declared a State of Emergency to allow state departments and agencies to better coordinate their response. See the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 daily dashboard for the latest.
At this point, there are no known cases of COVID-19 in Summit County. The City of Hudson is in regular contact with Summit County Public Health regarding ongoing information and updates about the coronavirus. We will continue to post updates, but also encourage residents to watch for Summit County Public Health and the Ohio Department of Health updates. Also check the CDC website for tips for preventing the spread of the virus.
The Ohio Department of Health Call Center is available to answer questions and provide facts about COVID-19. It is open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.1-833-427-5634 (1-833-4-ASK-ODH)
Recently, the federal government declared a public health emergency to help the nation’s health system respond to COVID-19, the coronavirus. The City of Hudson has been working closely with regional, state and federal agencies to ensure we are prepared, should the disease appear in our region.
To help keep yourself safe and healthy this season, follow the Center for Disease Control (CDC) suggestions for preventing the coronavirus (or just a cold or the flu).