Individuals with mild symptoms or no symptoms are encouraged to look for COVID-19 tests elsewhere before visiting an urgent care or emergency room.
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OhioHealth’s Mansfield hospital recently stopped admitting pediatric patients altogether. Children brought to the hospital will be seen by an emergency physician if needed, but those who need to be hospitalized will be sent elsewhere.
Numbers of new COVID-19 infections, emergency room visits and outpatient visits are all headed in the wrong direction in Richland County, according to the Ohio Department of Health.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted provided the following updates Wednesday on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 p…
Richland County was the state's only "purple," or level four, county on Thursday in the Ohio's color-coded advisory system used to monitor COVID-19 spread.
COLUMBUS -- Richland County on Thursday remained "purple," or level four, in the state's color-coded COVID-19 monitoring system as Gov. Mike D…
Richland County turned "purple" on Thursday, the most severe category in Ohio's color-coded COVID-19 rating system, reporting more than 1,000 new virus cases in the last two weeks.
Hospitals in Richland and Crawford counties are not hanging out the "no vacancy" sign due to increasing COVID-19 cases. But local health care officials say all the tends are headed in the wrong direction.
Richland County remained "red," or level three, on Thursday for the eighth straight week in Ohio's color-coded, COVID-19 ratings system.
MANSFIELD – Due to increasing cases of COVID-19 in the area, OhioHealth will temporarily stop allowing inpatient and emergency department visi…