The Lucas County Health Department reports the following updated information for COVID-19 cases confirmed in Sylvania City & Township as of Friday April 10, 2020:
Between 14 and 26 cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the City of Sylvania.
-The number of cases jumps much higher in the 43615 zip code, with 53 to 65 cases confirmed.
*see maps by zip code below
On April 11, The Lucas County Health Department is reporting one Sylvania Township Police Officer on the "quarantine and isolation" list, and throughout all of Lucas County there are 18 first responders in quarantine, 29 in isolation.
Sylvana's COVID-19 survey for this week is now closed. Watch for the results to be published here, and please come back to complete the new survey for the week of April 14, 2020.
More COVID-19 news for Sylvania City & Township:
Read the latest Mayor's Message (April 6)
The Mayor of Sylvania declared a State of Emergency for the City of Sylvania, so as to allow access to federal disaster funding, click to read the Declaration
The Sylvania Township Trustees approved a COVID-19 federal funding resolution, click to read the Resolution
*Township administrator Oliver Turner reports that in mid-March, Sylvania Township consulted with the Ohio Township Association (OTA). The OTA advised that declaring an emergency, such as the City of Sylvania has done, would not be required for the Township based on the Ohio Revised Code and input from the Ohio Emergency Management Agency.
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