Ohio releases incomplete coronavirus data after five-hour delay

After five hours of delay, the Ohio Department of Health released state data. However, the data is incomplete.

A note on the Ohio Department of Health’s website read, “Today’s data is incomplete; thousands of reports are pending review.” A reason for the incomplete data was not available.

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The state updates the ODH dashboards at 2 p.m. each day.

Starting tomorrow, a 21-day statewide curfew will go into effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. to slow the spread of the virus.

Exemptions are included for people going to and from work, those seeking medical care and people getting groceries, takeout or medicine.

Other areas across Ohio have passed additional advisories asking residents to stay home.

On Wednesday, Montgomery and Franklin counties announced stay at home orders for the 28 days. Montgomery County’s advisory is from Thursday through Dec. 17.

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