Recent Update:

January 2022:
COVID-19 cases are surging in Franklin County, the majority of cases are the highly contagious Omicron variant. People should continue to wear masks in public settings, wash hands, keep a safe distance from others and most importantly, get vaccinated. Everyone ages 5 years and older can help protect themselves from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated. We encourage a vaccine booster dose for those who are eligible. View the calendar to see our clinic times or make an appointment.

The CDC recently updated the quarantine and isolation guidelines. Click here to read more about what this means for people exposed or infected with COVID-19. 

Continue to check back to our website and social media for the most up-to-date information. For more on Omicron, visit the CDC’s website.

COVID-19 Cases in Franklin County Public Health's Jurisdiction

(Excluding City of Columbus & City of Worthington)

61,672

Confirmed Cases

20,174

Probable Cases

81,846

Total Cases

1,454

Hospitalizations

2,944

Asymptomatic Cases

874

Deaths

<1-105

Age Range

1/15/2020-1/11/2021

Symptom Onset Date Range

37,959

Sex – Males

43,104

Sex – Females

ODH dashboard updates their numbers at 2 pm everyday and may not include our case counts at this time.
For state case count, go to https://coronavirus.ohio.gov.

LAST UPDATED: 1/12/2021 (UPDATED weekly on Wednesday at 4 P.M. except holidays) Additional data is available in the Epidemiology report below.