There have been 8,084 hospitalizations and 2,044 ICU admission in Ohio due to the virus.
On Thursday, Gov. Mike DeWine unveiled a new alert system aimed at informing Ohioans about the risk of coronavirus exposure in each county.
The color-coded system has four levels of increasing severity based off how many data indicators are met in that county.
Indicators include sustained increases in new coronavirus hospital admissions, sustained increase in new cases and new cases per capita.
>> Montgomery, Butler counties on high alert for COVID-19 cases
As of June 30, no counties meet enough indicators for Level 4, the most severe level. Both Montgomery and Butler counties are in Level 3, the second most severe county.
DeWine also announced guidelines for K-12 schools Thursday.
Staff will be required to wear face masks whereas the state is recommending masks for students in third grade and up.
>> Coronavirus: DeWine announces updated guidance for K-12 school reopening
Other guidelines include social distancing, frequently washing and sanitizing hands and disinfecting and sanitizing schools.[Summary]