Recent Update:

May 5, 2022: When indoors on public transportation, the CDC recommends everyone aged 2 years and older wear a well-fitted mask. Staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, avoiding crowds, and wearing a well-fitting mask are steps people can take to protect themselves and others in travel settings. It is most beneficial to wear a mask in crowded or poorly ventilated locations. To help keep travel safer for everyone, consider getting tested for COVID-19 no more than three days before departure. After travel, regardless of vaccination status, be sure to get tested if you develop COVID-19 symptoms or were exposed to a person with COVID-19. Read more about CDC’s mask and travel recommendations.

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

(Excluding City of Columbus & City of Worthington)

75,529

Confirmed Cases

26,250

Probable Cases

101,779

Total Cases

1,657

Hospitalizations

3,324

Asymptomatic Cases

1,097

Deaths

<1-105

Age Range

1/15/2020-5/05/2022

Symptom Onset Date Range

46,803

Sex – Males

53,927

Sex – Females

LAST UPDATED: 5/6/2022 (UPDATED weekly on Friday at 4 P.M. except holidays)
Additional data is available in the Epidemiology report below.

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

Please note that FCPH data dashboard will not be updated after February 23, 2022. These data indicators are available on CDC COVID-19 Data Tracker and Weekly Epi Report for Franklin County.