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Ohio Healthy Authorities Report 500 New Coronavirus Cases 

The Ohio Health Authorities reported 500 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. The health department said they received 495 new coronavirus cases, bringing the state’s total number to 1,122,104. Hospitalizations have declined to nine in the last 24 hours, bringing the number to 61,487

The state’s 21-day average saw a spike in the last week, with 467 new reported cases. Ohio Health Authorities said the delta-variant has contributed to the state’s recent rise in COVID cases.Gov. Mike DeWine has said the state could be days away from announcing a new incentive program to encourage Ohioans to get vaccinated against COVID-19, but nothing has been announced. Data compiled from state health sources show COVID-19 cases in Ohio are slowly increasing, causing health experts to raise flags about possible new outbreaks.

The most contagious delta variant of COVID-19 sweeps through Ohio, suggest several health experts. Data shows younger people are making up a larger share of cases because their age groups are the state’s least vaccinated. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not changed its advice that fully vaccinated people can safely go without masks in most situations. However, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the agency’s director, said local decisions on mask mandates could vary depending on vaccination levels and whether there’s a surge.

An Ohio mother is speaking out about her 12-year-old daughter suffering extreme reactions and nearly dying after volunteering for the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine trial. Stephanie De Garay told Tucker Carlson Tonight on Thursday after reaching out to multiple physicians; they claimed her daughter, Maddie De Garay, couldn’t have become gravely ill from the vaccine.

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