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 Ottawa County COVID-19 Dashboard (Click Here)            

Ottawa County COVID-19 Cases By Day (Click Here)       


Ottawa County COVID-19 Cases By Age (Click Here)    Updated Mondays    

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Ottawa County residents can now receive COVID 19 PCR and antibody testing through the Erie County Health Department's community health clinic. You do not need to be an established patient to utilize this service.
Please call Erie County Health Department centralized scheduling at 419-626-5623 x 174 to schedule your appointment. 

The Erie County Health Department is only testing those that have not had contact with a confirmed COVID 19 case, and those NOT experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID 19. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID 19 or you have been in contact with a confirmed case, please contact your primary care physician for an order for testing.  If your symptoms require immediate attention please go to the nearest emergency room, please call ahead if possible.

You can also visit their website for more information. 
http://eriecohealthohio.com/    We are all in this together!

 

Helpful Links:

Link to Magruder Hospital

Link to Ottawa County EMA 


Link to ODH Current Case Numbers  


Responsible RestartOhio:

Guide for Contact Sport Practices and Non Contact Sport Competitions

Guide for Religious Organizations

Guide for Marinas

Guide for Fishing Tournaments

Guide for Casinos and Racinos

Guide for Residential Camps

Guide for Assisted Living and Intermediate Care Facility Visitation

Guide for Childcare Reopening

Guide for County Fairs Updated 06/09/20

Guide for Drivers Exams

Guide for Deputy Registrar

Guide for Hiking and Biking

Guide for Paddling and Canoeing

Guide for Beaches

CDC Guide for Communities of Faith

Guide for Non Contact Sports

Guide for Skills Training for All Sports

Guide for Recreational Fishing  

Guide for Charter Boat Operations 

Guide for Reopening Childcare

Guide for Reopening Day Camps  

Guide for Reopening Pools 

Guide for Reopening Baseball and Softball and Batting Cages    

Guide for Reopening Tennis Courts 

Guide for Reopening Golf Courses and Mini Golf 

Guide for Reopening Gyms, Dance Instruction Studios, and Other Personal Fitness Venues 

Guide for Reopening Campgrounds   

Guide for Reopening Hair Salons, Day Spas, Nail Salons, Barbershops, Tanning and Tattoo Facilities  

Guide for Reopening Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Cosmetic Therapy

Guide for Reopening Retail Stores and Entertainment  

Guide for Reopening Manufacturing, Distributing and Construction 

Guide for Reopening General Offices

Farmers Market Precautions

Ohio Farmers Market Network Responsible Restart Guide

Responsible RestartOhio Responsible Protocols 

CDC Disinfecting Guidance Graphic

CDC Disinfecting Guidance Detailed Guide


Restaurant Operations:

Amended Dine Safe Ohio Order  NEW 06/05/20

Directors Amended Order for Non Essential Surgeries

Director's Dine Safe Ohio Order

Director's Dine Safe Ohio Order FAQs Updated 06/09/20

Restaurant Employee Health Reporting Requirements 

Guide For Reopening Restaurants


Restaurant and Food Establishment Best Practices 

Ohio Department of Health Restaurant Information and Webinars (click here)


 

Latest News/ Releases:

Response to Put- in- Bay Outbreak Press Release 07/01/20

Put In Bay Joint Press Release OCHD and Toledo Lucas County Health Department

Order for County Fairs 06/16/20

Order to Allow Limited Visitation at Nursing Homes and Similar Facilities with Exceptions

Order for Youth Day Camps and Residential Camps

Updated Order for Business Guidance and Social Distancing 

Amended Order for Liquor Sales

Order for Nursing Home Testing

Order to Open Gyms

Order to Reopen Sports

Director's Order to Rescind and Modify Portions of Stay Safe Ohio Order

Ohioans Protecting Ohioans Urgent Health Advisory

Frequently Asked Questions OCHD 

COVID-19 Recovery Statistics UPDATED 06/19/20 with LTC Facility Information

Press Release- Operational Business Complaints



Helpful Guidance:

Glove Usage Guide

Contact Tracing Information

Gloves and Mask Recommendation Guide

Countywide Resource Guide

Self Monitoring Information

ODH Information Sheet COVID-19 English

ODH Information Sheet COVID-19 Spanish 

Employer Guidance 
 

What should I do to prevent COVID-19?  Simple everyday preventative measures such as hand washing, cleaning
shared surfaces, covering your cough, and avoiding those who are sick can help prevent respiratory illnesses such as
COVID-19.  Also, if you are ill, please stay home to prevent others from being exposed.

 

                          

 

What should I do if I have more questions? If you would like more information you may call the Ottawa County Health Department
at 419-734-6800,

More information can also be found on the CDCís website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

OR

The Ohio Department of Healthís website:
https://odh.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/odh/know-our-programs/Novel-Coronavirus/welcome/




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1856 E. Perry Street • Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 • (419) 734-6800
Toll-Free in Ottawa County 1-800-788-8803 • Fax: (419) 734-6888
You may contact us by email at info@ottawahealth.org
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