Recent Update:

January 13, 2023:

On January 12, Franklin County’s COVID-19 community level was changed to green (low). While this is good news, we encourage residents to embrace a mask-friendly culture, especially during the winter months when COVID-19, flu and RSV may spread more easily indoors.

Updated (bivalent) boosters are available for everyone age 6 months and up. People should get an updated booster if it has been more than two months since their last dose (booster or primary series). Vaccines continue to be the best way to protect from serious illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19. Learn more about COVID-19 booster shots at getboostedtoday.com.

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

(Excluding City of Columbus & City of Worthington)

90,788

Confirmed Cases

34,790

Probable Cases

125,578

Total Cases

1,769

Hospitalizations

3,473

Asymptomatic Cases

1,215

Deaths

<1-105

Age Range

1/15/2020-1/23/2023

Symptom Onset Date Range

57,047

Sex – Males

67,323

Sex – Females

LAST UPDATED: 1/27/2023 (UPDATED every other 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.