Lorain County COVID-19 data
Last updated September 25, 2020. Data will be updated Monday through Friday at 2 p.m.
2,131 confirmed cases
260 probable cases*
2,391 total cases
1,883 recovered cases
Age range: 3 months-103 years
*Probable case definition
- A person who has symptoms of COVID-19 and a known exposure to a positive case of COVID-19.
- For example: A close contact of a positive case who has been in quarantine and developed symptoms.
View additional Lorain County COVID-19 death data
Lorain County COVID-19 deaths:
- Age range
- 30-39: 1
- 50-59: 4
- 60-69: 11
- 70-79: 21
- 80+: 43
3,983 total contacts quarantined
3,106 released from quarantine
391 actively being monitored
View in-depth data by week for Lorain County.
Lorain County's current COVID-19 risk level is 2.
- Based on the current risk level, adjust the choices you make for yourself, your family, your business, and your community.
- Masks are mandatory across the state. Everyone in Ohio ages 10+ must wear masks:
- At any indoor location (not including private homes)
- Outdoors when you can't keep 6 feet away from others
- When sharing a vehicle with people outside your household.
- Masks are not required for those:
- Under 10 years old
- With a medical condition or a disability
- Communicating with someone with a disability
- Actively exercising or playing sports
- Officiating a religious services
- Actively involved in public safety
- Actively eating or drinking
- Lorain County's weekly profile (updated by ODH every Thursday)
- The Public Health Advisory Alert System is a color-coded system that helps people assess and respond to their risk for COVID-19 in each Ohio county. It uses a framework of indicators and data (mostly from the last 21 days).
Ways to take action based on risk levels - English: PDF, PNG. Spanish: PDF, PNG.
Guidance to reopen
- Text, voice, and/or email emergency alerts.
- Choose to get alerts from all of Lorain County, or your own city, village , or township.
Face covering supplies
- To donate handmade cloth face coverings, fill out this form or call 440-322-6367.
- LCPH invites both businesses and citizens to complete the form.
Everyday life during a pandemic
Back to school
Some people have a higher risk to get very sick
- A person's risk for severe illness from COVID-19 increases based on two main categories:
Manage anxiety and stress related to COVID-19
Get your questions answered
If you have questions about COVID-19 call:
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