Loveland, Ohio – At the beginning of each week, the Loveland City School District has been releasing its latest Covid 19 Dashboard.
The Loveland City School District has made a decision to no longer publish a COVID-19 Dashboard unless the school itself conducts the testing and the results are positive
The District is citing that The Ohio Department of Health updated the state COVID guidance for school districts on March 10 and that the District is no longer “required to report positive COVID cases to the local health department unless the school itself conducts the testing and the results are positive.”
“K-12 schools will no longer be required to report positive COVID-19 cases to their local health departments, unless the school tests a student for COVID-19 and the result is positive. In addition, the COVID-19 School Reporting dashboard will be archived.” – Ohio Department of Health
The Ohio Department of Health updated the state COVID guidance for school districts on March 10. There are several changes, which you can read about by following this link. The Ohio Department of Health has also shifted to weekly COVID-19 data reporting.
Staying up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations, including getting a booster dose when eligible, is the best form of protection against COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccinations are widely available throughout the state at no cost to Ohioans. Many providers offer walk-in appointments, or appointments can be scheduled using gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov. Ohioans who want to learn more about the safety, efficacy, and side effects of COVID-19 vaccines should talk to their doctor, nurse, or pharmacist, or visit coronavirus.ohio.gov/vaccine.
Below is the message left on the District website where the COVID-19 Dashboard had previously been published.
Note the correction to the 10/3/ report and that community cases increased from 51 to 62.