Columbus Dispatch: More rural Ohioans being hospitalized for coronavirus than residents of big cities

Columbus Dispatch: More rural Ohioans being hospitalized for coronavirus than residents of big cities. “As the coronavirus spreads throughout Ohio, it’s moving from urban to rural areas and the most-affected age groups have shifted over time. In April, 54% of virus hospitalizations were in urban areas, 26% were in suburban locations and 21% occurred in rural areas, according to new data published by the state Tuesday. As of Sept. 27, hospitalization shifted, and now 42% are occurring in rural parts of Ohio, 24% in urban areas and 34% in suburbs.”

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