COVID-19 Media Update
Butler County Board of Commissioners to Host Press Conference on COVID-19: Friday, 3.27.2020, at 10:30 A.M.
Link to view press conference, 3.27.20
Link to download the press conference, 3.27.20
Beginning March 19th, 2020 the Butler County General Health District will not be granting press interviews until further notice while we respond to the COVID-19 situation. Please understand that we are at capacity and this will allow staff to do the work required in this unprecedented situation. When we have news to share we will do it via a press release to all media outlets. We will be updating our website with current confirmed cases on a daily basis around 2:30PM each day. We will report total number of positive COVID cases in all of Butler County only.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Confirmed Cases in Butler County: 23*
*Confirmed cases as of 3/27/20, 2:30 PM
CLASS A Communicable Disease Reporting: 1-877-774-4636
At this time local health departments CANNOT do testing at their facilities. Individuals should call their the healthcare provider ahead of time if they are experiencing symptoms (fever, coughing, shortness of breath).
Butler County Case Report 3.25.20
ODH News Releases and Public Health Orders
Centers for Disease Control (CD)
Ohio Department of Health (ODH)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Butler County EOC Donation, Volunteer & Assistance Management DatabasePlease use this survey if you are interested in donating, volunteering, or if you are in need of assistance.Provide your information and they will add your information to the database. This list will be used to meet the needs of our community by connecting those in need with those who can help.They will have partners connect you if they can be of service. Thank you for helping make Butler County a safer place to live, work, and play.Link to survey –https://arcg.is/DL4yu
Stay at Home Order: COVID-19
Director's Stay at Home Order Effective: 11:59 PM on Monday, March 23 - April 6, 2020
Stay at Home FAQ
Stay at Home FAQ (Español)
Public Health is charged with enforcement of portions of the Governors orders. If you know of persons or others not following his most recent orders, please let us know via our Contact Us option.
Please be specific with the name and address of the facility and date and time they were operating, and what they were doing. If you would like to be contacted regarding this complaint please state so and leave your name and contact information.
Changes to In-Person Services
As we respond to the Coronavirus/COVID-19:
1. The VACCINE CLINIC is closed until further notice.
2. DEATH CERTIFICATES and HEALTH RELEASES are APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call: 513-863-1770.
3. BIRTH CERTIFICATES can be ordered online via VitalChek or by phone using Hamilton City Health Department at 513-785-7094 or Middletown City Health Department at 513-425-7851.
4. PLUMBING PERMITS and FOOD SERVICE APPLICATIONS will only be accepted via U.S. Mail.
5. PLUMBING INSPECTIONS will be scheduled for NEXT DAY, and only for new construction sites (no in-home inspections).
We are experiencing a high call volume due to the COVID-19 response. If you are unable to speak with someone, leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
PLEASE NOTE: NO TEST KITS OR PPE ARE STORED AT THIS FACILITY.
How Healthy is Butler County? Take Our Survey!
We want to know how healthy you think Butler County is. What health needs do you see in our community? Are they preventable?
We want to hear from you. Click the read more link and take our short survey today!
Community feedback will help the local health departments and partners in Butler County collect information to complete the 2019 Community Health Assessment.
Fight flu this season by getting your flu vaccine and encouraging others to protect themselves and their loved ones by doing the same.
Ohio Weekly Flu Hospitalizations Continue to Rise: Ohio Department of Health Press Release
Sick with the Flu? Know What to Do!
Flu Guide for Parents
Fight the Flu
Butler County Flu Report: 3.15.2020 - 3.21.2020
Be Prepared for Severe Weather!
Severe weather can happen anytime, in any part of the country. Severe weather can include hazardous conditions produced by thunderstorms, including damaging winds, tornadoes, large hail, flooding and flash flooding, and winter storms associated with freezing rain, sleet, snow and strong winds.
Understand the type of hazardous weather that affects you and your family where you live:
Thunderstorms & Lightning
Make a Family Emergency Plan
Be Informed About Emergency Alerts
Mar 23, 2020Butler County COVID-19 Case Report Released
We are closed to the public until further notice. Please call (513) 863-1770 with questions.