For information on getting tested and public health follow-up on cases, please click here.  

**Marion Public Health will no longer issue letters of isolation or quarantine for COVID19.  This includes discontinuation letters and return to work letters.**

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Advisory Level

ADVISORY ALERT LEVEL

School

SCHOOLS

COVID-19 Cases in Marion Public Health’s Jurisdiction

Updated: February 23, 2021

5596

Total Community Cases

Cumulative since the start of Pandemic

1269

Active Community Cases

135

COVID-Related Deaths

110 Community, 25 Incarcerated

* This spike is result of updates in reporting from ODH.  There have been 0 deaths in the past 24 hours.

4007

Known Community Recoveries

7936

Total Cumulative Cases, Including Incarcerated Individuals

Long Term Care Facility Case Reports

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Weekly COVID-19 Vaccine update:

Number of doses administered by Marion Public Health: 2,918

First dose: 1,911

Second Dose: 1,007

Ohio Department of Health Resources

Business/Employers COVID-19 Checklist

An extensive list of assistance options, guidance on reopening, and new requirements.

Education and Business Sector Requirements

Schools and business sectors can download guidance.

Responsible Protocols

To ensure the health and safety of Marion citizens and businesses.

General Resources and Downloads

A list of resources and downloads for easy access.

Managing Anxiety Around COVID-19 – Returning-to-Work

With many Ohioans now returning to work, there may be a lot of people feeling anxiety about possibly being exposed to COVID-19 or even returning to their old routine after months of upturn.

Retail Location Complaints

Submit a complaint regarding enforcement of mask-wearing in retail establishment.

 

Questions about COVID-19?

Ohio Department of Health call center is ready to answer your questions about COVID-19.

1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)

Staffed from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day.

Quick Hits about COVID

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