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ODH reports first Monkeypox death in Ohio

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The Ohio Department of Health reported its first death from monkeypox on Thursday. Since May 29, 276 monkeypox cases have been reported to the ODH. Cuyahoga County leads with the most cases at 140, then Franklin County with 44, Summit County with 16 and Hamilton County with 14. As of Sept. 29, there have been 28 hospitalizations.
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Ohio reports first potential monkeypox death

There have been 28 hospitalizations so far and 276 cases.

2 months ago·Columbus, United States
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ODH reports first Monkeypox death in Ohio

According to CDC data, it marks the second Monkeypox death in the U.S.

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Ohio reports first death from monkeypox

Cuyahoga County and Cleveland have the most cases among cities and counties in the state. Here's when and where to get the a JYNNEOS vaccine in Cleveland, Ohio.

2 months ago·Columbus, United States
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Putnam County reports first monkeypox case -

OTTAWA — The Putnam County Health Department on Thursday confirmed the county’s first monkeypox case.The health department is working to identify persons who may have been exposed to the illness through close contact with the infected individual, but there is no risk to the general public, according to a press release Thursday.Health officials have identified 259 cases of the rare illness in Ohio since June, two of which were previously reported…

2 months ago·Cherokee County, United States
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