COLUMBUS, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Stark County is now a “high incidence” county for coronavirus, joining Tuscarawas and Portage Counties.
52 of Ohio’s 88 counties are on that list.
Stark County has also moved up to Red Level-3 once again, joining 28 other counties including Summit and Portage ib the weekly color-coded coronavirus map.
65-percent of the Ohio population now resides in a red-level county.
Wayne and Tuscarawas Counties are at Orange Level-2, while Carroll is at Yellow-Level-1.
Governor Mike DeWine says all the alarms are going off, but residents can turn it around.