Athens County passed 2,000 total coronavirus cases on Nov. 28 as the county reentered the “red” level in the state’s Public Health Advisory Alert System. There are 461 coronavirus cases that are active.
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Athens County has reported 1,795 coronavirus cases, 347 of which are currently active.
Ohio University sent cease and desist orders to Sigma Kappa sorority and Phi Gamma Delta fraternity after receiving reports of the organizations compromising the “health and safety of their respective members and the Athens community.”
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Tuesday a statewide curfew that will be starting Thursday and lasting 21 days.
Athens County has reported 1,636 total coronavirus cases, 321 of which are currently active.
Coronavirus: State of Ohio reinstating mask mandate; Universities could be virtual next semester if trend continues
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Wednesday the state of Ohio will reinstate its mask mandate with additional provisions and said if the current trend in cases continues, universities could start the Spring Semester online.
Ohio University announced Monday a Housing Advisory system in response to increasing positive COVID-19 test results within residence halls.
Last week there were 53 COVID-19 cases reported in Athens County, down from the previous week where 79 cases were reported.
Athens County reported two more COVID-19 related deaths Friday, bringing the total to four.
Ohio University announced Monday one of the toddler classrooms at the Child Development Center will be closed until Nov. 16 after a caregiver tested positive for COVID-19.
In the past week, Athens County reported 55 COVID-19 cases, marking the first week since Sept. 19 that the number of new cases has been less than 100.
Athens County reported 79 new coronavirus cases between Oct. 18 and Oct. 24 as the county hit 1,273 total cases reported.
Coronavirus: Athens County reports 1,145 cases, university reports 7.4% positivity rate in random testing
Athens County has reported 1,145 cases, 39 hospitalizations and two deaths caused by the coronavirus, according to the Ohio Department of Health. Of these cases, 255 are active.
Ohio University is investigating a social gathering of 30 people in Luchs Hall, which is currently being used as isolation housing for students who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Ohio University announced Friday the appointments of four new deans of campus and community relations for the university’s regional campuses.
Ohio University Campus Recreation announced Thursday that the Golf and Tennis Center will close from Nov. 22 until Feb. 28 to “streamline both operational and budgetary efficiencies.”
During four of the last five weeks, over 100 coronavirus cases were reported in Athens County.
Ohio University’s Board of Trustees will meet Oct. 8 and Oct. 9 to hear about and discuss the decrease in misconduct cases from the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility and new accreditation criteria.
As of Sunday, there have been 829 COVID-19 cases reported in Athens County, 166 of which are active.
A rape on the south side of Athens was reported to the Athens Police Department on Saturday, Oct. 3.