There were 13,725 total cases of COVID-19 in Ohio as of Tuesday afternoon.
2779 people were in the hospital, with 838 of them in intensive care units.
557 people have died in Ohio since the pandemic began.
There were 17 confirmed cases in Hardin County.
The state website listed 20 cases for Hardin County, but the Kenton-Hardin Health Department said after investigating, they found some of the cases are not residents of the county, and they will be transferred to those counties of residence.
The Health Department also reported that there have been 6 recovered cases meaning they were a confirmed case and have completed their quarantine, they must exhibit 3 days symptom free and at least 7 days after symptoms onset to be considered recovered.
Around the region:
Marion County now has 2132 cases, Allen County has 88, Hancock County has 29, Auglaize has 23, Wyandot County has 20, Union County has 16 and Logan County has 13 cases.
The numbers are updated each afternoon at 2 at http://coronavirus.ohio.gov