Last updated April 19, 2021. COVID-19 vaccine data will typically get updated on Mondays.
Last updated April 16, 2021. Confirmed case data will be updated Monday through Friday around 3 p.m.
18,828 confirmed cases
Probable case data can now be viewed on the ODH dashboard.
Due to ODH reporting errors, Lorain County added 82 deaths between October - December.
This error was not unique to Lorain County and occurred statewide.
Last updated April 15, 2021.
Graph displays data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) regarding the number of Lorain County residents that have completed the COVID-19 vaccination series. In addition to Lorain County Public Health, other vaccine providers such as pharmacies, grocery stores, and healthcare providers are included in this data.
Last updated April 15, 2021. This data will be updated weekly.
The graphs below displays confirmed COVID-19 cases in Lorain County. The data does not include cases who reside in a long-term care facility or a correctional facility. In order to be counted in these data, a confirmed case must have a positive COVID-19 test. For more insight on long term care facilities see these links: confirmed cases by county and deaths by county.
Data is based on the Earliest Known Date (EKD) of symptom onset, which is why some cases may appear before March 14, 2020. Confirmed cases per day are shown in the bars, while the line is the 7-day moving average of new cases per day in Lorain County.
Confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases among residents of Lorain County nursing homes. Updated monthly.
The graph below shows the percent of positive COVID-19 tests in Lorain County. That means it shows the total number of positive COVID-19 tests divided by the total number of tests performed on Lorain County residents in the 14 days prior. The graph represents tests, not individual persons. Also, the graph includes only PCR tests. This data comes from data.cms.gov, which gets its data from HHS the Unified Testing Dataset. The percent positive rate of COVID-19 tests helps us understand how quickly the virus is spreading.
The Call Volume Graph shows the number of calls per week that Lorain County Public Health has answered from the general public asking about COVID-19. LCPH staff continue to answer questions during business hours, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at 440-322-6367.