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Critical Status Cincinnati Region

Regional COVID

Communications Center

Hamilton County, Clermont County, Warren County, Butler County and Kenton County

COVID-19 Testing Results

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Positive Percentage Rate

Percentage based on 7 day average of Hamilton County, Clermont County, Warren County, Butler County and Kenton County

LEVEL 01 - LOW
Active exposure and spread. Follow all current health orders.
LEVEL 02 - HIGH
Increased exposure and spread. Exercise high degree of caution. Follow all current health orders.
LEVEL 03 - CRITICAL
Very high exposure and spread. Limit activities as much as possible. Follow all current health orders.
LEVEL 04 - EMERGENCY
Increased exposure and spread. Exercise high degree of caution. Follow all current health orders.
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LEVEL 01
LOW

Active exposure and spread. Follow all current health orders.

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LEVEL 02
HIGH

Increased exposure and spread. Exercise high degree of caution. Follow all current health orders.

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LEVEL 03
CRITICAL

Very high exposure and spread. Limit activities as much as possible. Follow all current health orders.

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LEVEL 04
PUBLIC EMERGENCY

Severe exposure and spread. Only leave home for supplies and services. Follow all current health orders.

Greater Cincinnati

How is your region doing?

It’s On. Masks On.
COVID Hospitalizations are rising throughout the region. If the trend continues, the stress on hospital staff and services will affect non-COVID patients and services. The time is now. The region pulled together to stop the spread this summer and we can do it again. It’s not businesses, bars or restaurants that are driving the numbers up, it’s small gatherings and COVID fatigue. We can all do our part, to stop the spread. Wear masks if you are around anyone that is not in your immediate bubble. Have holiday gatherings with only your bubble. Socially distance and outside is best. Wash your hands ALOT and get a flu shot.

We have a short amount of time to turn the dangerous spike around. #It’sOn/MasksOn.

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CEOs Collaborating on Curbing Coronavirus

CEO’S lead region with safety strategies.

While regional CEO’s are making this AN EXPECTATION, they want to underscore that these are new healthy habits and ways to do business. At the very base of it, it’s an act of kindness, act of respect and act of service. For more information on what business leaders and sources to help businesses stay safe:

Frequent Hand Washing
Frequent hand washing and COVID Testing are also encouraged.
Wear a Mask in & Out
Wear a mask inside and outside if you can’t distance and if you around people who are NOT in your bubble.
Distance & Temperature
They are taking temperature checks and ensuring office spaces are adhering to 6 feet distance rule.

While regional CEO’s are making this AN EXPECTATION, they want to underscore that these are new healthy habits and ways to do business. At the very base of it, it’s an act of kindness, act of respect and act of service. For more information on what business leaders and sources to help businesses stay safe:

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Special thanks to the RC3 partners that provide strategic direction and support.

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RESOURCES

Visit The Health Collaborative’s COVID-19 page here for latest news, updates, and guidance

 

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Leadership

Regina Carswell Russo

CEO / Chief Stratigist

RRight Now Communications, LLC
P.O. Box 8696 Cincinnati Ohio 45208
RRightNowComm.com

e: Regina@RRightNowComm.com
p: (513) 315-1326

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