Based upon data from the Ohio Department of Health available at https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards cross-referenced with the the visualization by Johns Hopkins University at https://bao.arcgis.com/covid-19/jhu/county/39007.html the following can be noted:

  • Ashtabula County had on 2020-11-15 1,543 cumulative coronavirus cases reported. As of the reporting cutoff of 1900 UTC on 2020-11-16 the county sat at 1,600 which is a change of +57.
  • Ohio had on 2020-11-15 298,096 cumulative coronavirus cases reported. As of the reporting cutoff of 1900 UTC on 2020-11-16 the state sat at 305,364 which is a change of +7,268.
  • Stats normally dip on the weekend which includes Mondays. This should not be considered any trend toward things getting better. It was not all that long ago that Ashtabula County ran a streak of having only 0-3 new cases reported per day.

Governor Mike DeWine is expected to speak on Tuesday about his slowdown instead of shutdown plan according to WJW Fox 8. The press conference is anticipated to begin at 1900 UTC and can be followed via Ohio Channel.

A video presentation may follow that evening from Erie Looking Productions on its interim channel on YouTube concerning whatever Governor Mike DeWine may be pleased to announce.