What are the facts and figures about Covid-19 in Ohio?
Ohio has more than 1,200 cases of Covid – the most cases since coronavirus began being recorded in the state in 2008.
According to the Ohio Department of Health, there were about 4,000 reported cases of COVID-19 this week, the most since the state began recording COVID cases in January.
“There have been 1,202 confirmed cases of the coronaviruses and 734 deaths from COVID, according to the National Institutes of Health,” Dr. Michael Schmidhuber, the chief of the Ohio Division of Health Care Management, told The Huffington Post in an email.
Covid-20 is the most contagious form of COVRY.
A person can be vaccinated against Covid with two doses of the flu shot.
If a person is still feeling ill or feels the flu after the second dose, they should call a healthcare provider immediately, Schmidhauber said.
The flu shot is recommended for adults over the age of 70.
Vaccines are administered as a shot by mouth, but can be taken as an injection, as well.
Dr. Schmiduhber said that for those 65 years and older who are eligible, the flu shots cost $150.
Anyone who has had Covid in the past two weeks should be seen by a healthcare professional.
You can purchase Covid vaccine online at https://www.vaccination.gov/covr.htm 12.
In Ohio, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends people ages 18 and older get two doses, which cost $250 each.
Ohio has been experiencing high levels of COVA-19 and COVID in recent weeks.
There are some health benefits to covid vaccinations.
According to Schmidhueber, it’s the first year that the flu has been in Ohio since it began being reported.
During the pandemic, people who got the flu from other countries were not vaccinated.
While it is not necessary to have a COVID vaccine for the flu, it can help prevent COVA.
Children, the elderly and people with compromised immune systems should also receive a COVR-19 shot.