MONDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 2021
A look at COVID-19 numbers…
Statewide, numbers were down, with 2,500, compared to the 21-day rolling average of 4,300.
Numbers were lower in Huron County as well on Sunday, with just 8 new reported cases.
Huron County Public Health has released their latest weekly report…
The county saw 196 new cases for the reporting period of October 15th to 22nd, down slightly from 198 the previous period.
The average age of cases dropped from 40 to 32, and the highest number of cases for the week was reported in the 11 to 20 age group.
All but one Huron County zip codes are currently reporting cases, with the highest positivity rate in the Norwalk zip code with 88 positive cases of COVID for the reporting period.
The new Firelands Sandusky Healthcare Center will begin operations in November, but the public had a chance to check it out Friday, during a ribbon-cutting and open house event.
The new 45,000 square foot facility, located on the corner of Columbus and Perkins Avenue, includes family medicine and pediatric physician offices, lab and imaging services and spaces for community gatherings.
It’s the final week of early voting for the November 2nd general election.
Hours this week are from 8 am to 7 pm today through Friday, 8 to 4 on Saturday and 1 to 5 on Sunday.
Limited trash pick-up takes place this week in Norwalk.
On their regular trash day, city residents can set out 3 large items or 3 extra trash bags for each large item that’s not set out.
Hydrant flushing begins this week in Norwalk.
The City says it should last about 2 weeks, with flushing to possibly result in cloudy or discolored water.
If that occurs, residents should run cold water for about 15 minutes or until the water is clear.
In Sunday Night Football, Indianapolis beat San Francisco 30-18. The Browns were off.
From the National Weather Service…
Showers likely, and possibly a thunderstorm after noon.
High near 62.
Showers and possibly a thunderstorm.
Low around 45.
A slight chance of showers.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 53.