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Tennessee, Oklahoma Added To Ohio's COVID-19 Travel Advisory

Ohio Department of Health

State health officials Wednesday reported more than 10 thousand new cases of COVID-19  and 84 new deaths. Ohio now has nearly 520 thousand cases and 7,187 deaths. <--break->Two states have been added to Ohio's COVID-19 travel advisory.  Tennessee and Oklahoma join Ohio, Nevada, Arkansas, Utah, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Montana, Alabama, South Dakota, Idaho, Iowa, Arizona, Missouri, and Kansas. All have positive test rates of 15 percent or higher. Travelers are advised to self-quarantine for two weeks.  Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming are highlighted as potential risks due to incomplete data.

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