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BREAKING | 3 counties issue stay-at-home orders; ODH unable to post complete COVID-19 data

Cuyahoga, Franklin and Medina counties, as well as leaders in the city of Dayton, issued stay-at-home advisories to slow the spread of the virus. Mahoning and Trumbull county officials contacted by Mahoning Matters said there were no plans to issues similar orders locally.
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COLUMBUS — On a day that saw three of the state's major population centers issue stay-at-home orders, the Ohio Department of Health delayed posting updated COVID-19 data. 

Across the ODH dashboard, a banner reads, "Today's data is incomplete; thousands of reports are pending review."

Meanwhile, Cuyahoga, Franklin and Medina counties, as well as leaders in the city of Dayton, issued stay-at-home advisories to slow the spread of the virus. Mahoning and Trumbull county officials contacted by Mahoning Matters Wednesday night said there were no plans to issues similar orders locally.

ODH on Wednesday reported a coronavirus test positivity rate of 14 percent for Monday, the most recent day the testing data is available, though that testing data is also likely incomplete.