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April 5, 2020
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s top priority is to ensure the safety of our members, employees, and the region at large. This daily email serves to ensure our members and partners have the most up-to-date information. Below you will find updates from federal, state, and local government officials. 

By the Numbers


  • 4,043 confirmed cases, 119 deaths
  • 1,104 hospitalizations (28% of total cases), 346 ICU admissions (9% of total cases)
  • 51% of patients are female, 48% are male (gender not reported for 1% of patients)
  • Patient age range:  Infant—101
  • 20% of cases (843) are healthcare workers
  • 43,756 total tests administered
  • 447 confirmed cases locally (Hamilton—319, Butler—68, Warren—36, Clermont—21, Brown—3)


  • 955 total confirmed cases, 97 deaths
  • 306 Kentuckians have recovered
  • 18,767 total tests administered
  • 128 confirmed cases locally (Kenton—61, Campbell—32, Boone—28, Grant—5, Bracken—1, Pendleton—1)


  • 4,411 confirmed cases, 127 deaths
  • 54.3% of patients are female, 45.7%  are male
  • 22,652 total tests administered
  • 90 confirmed cases locally (Franklin—53, Dearborn—33, Union—3, Ohio—1)

Federal Update

  • US News and World Report recently released survey data that ranked resident response to state-level COVID-19 response in Kentucky and Ohio at 1st and 2nd , respectively. Full story here.

State Updates


  • Governor DeWine’s updates will resume on Monday.


  • According to White House data, 1,300-3,200 deaths are projected in Kentucky with interventions in place. Those numbers climb to 21,000-29,500 with no interventions in place
  • 334 Kentucky National Guard members are engaged across the state to assist at foodbanks and hospitals. More will be deployed to assist. 
  • Drive thru testing is currently on hold due to lack of swabs and test materials. A new partnership with Gravity Diagnostics is Covington will allow the state to increase testing capacity with a goal to double the current daily testing rate.
  • Governor Beshear announced that the state has won the first step of a lawsuit filed by a Northern Kentucky woman against his recently-announced travel ban. 
  • The rate of new cases in Kentucky has been flat over the past 4 days.


  • Governor Holcomb’s updates will resume on Monday.

Local Update

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