Community spread has been attributed to large social gatherings, family parties, and work environments.
Contact tracing supports patients and warns contacts of exposure in order to stop the spread of disease.
From hot spot surveillance to tracking individual patient medications, our team has been innovating every step of the way with far-reaching implications beyond the current circumstances.
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Patients eligible to receive convalescent plasma must have a severe or immediately life-threatening infection with laboratory confirmed COVID-19.
“We are flattening the curve in Ohio,” said Dr. Amy Acton, Ohio Department of Health Director.
Severe Illness Associated with Using Non-Pharmaceutical Chloroquine Phosphate to Prevent and Treat Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
At this time, there are no routinely available pharmaceutical products that are FDA-approved for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19.
This assessment will capture and curate best practices and lessons learned for off-site testing.
Local authorities, hospital systems, and The Health Collaborative continue to explore strategies to increase local caches of supplies and equipment.
The Ohio Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control have shared the latest strategies and criteria.
While inconvenient, these are necessary steps to ensure the safety and preparedness of our region.
The latest guidance from CDC and local public health.
To keep patients and residents in our region safe, please follow these guidelines.
We are staying prepared with the latest information and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state health departments.
Our Public Information Officer checks in with some sound advice and resources on COVID-19.
These individuals are currently isolated while awaiting test results. Their symptoms did not require hospitalization.