SOUTHERN OHIO – According to the Ohio Department of health out of the 3,739 cases in Ohio gender is split fairly evenly at a 48 % Male 51 % female. Over the last few weeks we have not seen that in Pickaway County with more females than males, but this week we are now seeing a more even split.
In Fairfield County, 16 males and 16 females make up the mix of the 36 cases with four cases not identified yet. These numbers include one minor female, three females 20-29, three females from 30-39, two females in 40-49, four females from 50-59, two females 60-69 and one female 70-79.
Males are a bit older than the males with 2 males 20-29, one males 30-39, two males 40-49, six males 50-59, three 60-69, and two males 70-79.
Fayette county has two cases both females one 20-29 and one 60-69.
Ross county has four cases that are all males, one 20-29, one 40-49, one 50-59, and one 70-79.
Pickaway County has a growing 20 cases that are split unlike before with almost a 50/50 percentage of male vs female. The most recent positive case in Pickaway was tested on April 3, 2020.