With warmer weather on the horizon, those in the vicinity of Lake White State Park Wednesday afternoon likely noticed a change in the landscape.
As Pike County saw its first confirmed case of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on Friday (see related story), Ohio Governor Mike DeWine emphasized the importance of continuing social distancing and building up hospital capacity for the coming surge of coronavirus cases in the state.
Adena Health System was created 125 years ago out of a health care crisis, and that spirit of caring for our communities continues to this day as we face the current COVID-19 pandemic.
On Thursday, March 26, the Pike County General Health District (PCGHD) posted the following statement to their Facebook page, answering some of the questions that they are commonly asked:
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The Ohio Academy of Family Physicians (OAFP) urges Ohio residents to follow the direction of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Director Amy Action, MD, and Governor Mike DeWine to ensure the best possible health outcomes during the COVI…
The Pike County General Health District (PCGHD) released the following statement on Thursday, March 26 concerning Ohio's Stay At Home Order and Businesses:
Health officials, including Ohio Director of Health Dr. Amy Acton, M.D., MPH, are saying there are new symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) that are emerging, beyond the major symptoms identified with the disease in the past.
Eight deaths from COVID-19 (coronavirus) have been confirmed by the Ohio Department of Health as of Tuesday afternoon. One of these eight deaths occurred in Southeastern Ohio’s Gallia County.