Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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If you have questions or concerns about COVID-19, call the Ohio Department of Health hotline seven days a week from 9am to 8pm at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).


Updated 11/25/2020 - 5:50 p.m.

November 25 - Worthington COVID-19 Cases

As of November 25, 2020, the City of Worthington has 481 confirmed cases of COVID-19. We remain at 44 deaths of Worthington residents. We know this will be a difficult holiday season for those who have lost loved ones and our sincere sympathies are with the friends and families of those Worthington residents who have died as a result of COVID-19. 

As of November 25, 2020, there are 38,013 confirmed cases in the Columbus Public Health (CPH) jurisdiction, which includes Worthington. 511 people in the CPH jurisdiction have died.

Franklin County remains at purple, or level 4, the highest level in the State's public health advisory system. Four Ohio counties are now designated as purple, which means that there is severe exposure and spread of COVID-19 occurring. People are advised to follow all current health orders, safety protocols, and only leave home for essential supplies and services.

As the Stay-at-Home advisory remains in effect in Franklin County, you are reminded to only leave home for essential needs and activities. If you must go out, always wear a mask, wash your hands thoroughly and often, and stay physically distant. Health experts urge you to use good judgment and not gather with friends and family who do not live in your immediate household over the holidays. Remember that a negative COVID-19 test is not a guarantee that you or your family members are COVID-19 free. Due to the incubation period, you could subsequently develop symptoms and be contagious to others around you. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is warning against any travel this holiday season.

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Non-Profit Community Grant Applications Now Accepted

Based on findings from the Worthington Community Coronavirus Survey conducted in August and September, mental health and financial impacts are the top concerns of Worthington citizens. See key findings and the full data report here. 

To help address these concerns, the City of Worthington has created the Community Support & Relief Grant Program to support our local non-profit organizations in addressing the impacts of the pandemic on our community. See details and complete the application here.

Learn more and see all situation updates here

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We’re excited to share that many of our businesses have reopened! Follow the signs and support local businesses.

We're Open

The City of Worthington is closely monitoring the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and taking steps to slow the spread in coordination with our health service provider, Columbus Public Health (CPH). CPH protects the health and safety of all Worthington residents, through a long-standing contract agreement that names CPH as our public health service provider. All other Franklin County suburbs are represented by Franklin County Public Health.

The City will continue to follow the guidance and recommendations of CPH, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as it relates to public spaces, events, and meetings. The health and safety of our residents, businesses, and visitors is of the utmost importance. The City and our community partners are taking extraordinary steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Difficult decisions are being made to protect the health and safety of our Worthington community.