A medical attendant at Pickaway Correctional Institution passed on Sunday night in the wake of being determined to have COVID-19 as the flare-up spreads through Ohio detainment facilities.

As per the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, Tina Reeves, 58, of Blacklick who worked at Pickaway since 2006, was the second detainment facilities’ worker to pass on during the coronavirus pandemic. No extra data about Reeves was promptly accessible.

John Dawson, a prison guard at Marion Correctional Institution kicked the bucket April 8. Dawson, 55, of Mansfield, had worked at the jail since 1996.

The Marion and Pickaway jails have been especially hard hit by COVID-19 as the infection tears through Ohio’s corrective foundations. An aggregation of cases by the New York Times discovered Marion and Pickaway the main two problem areas in the country for the coronavirus.

At No. 1 positioned Marion, 2,028 detainees have tried positive for COVID-19, over 80% of the jail populace, with four passings. What’s more, 169 staff member have been tainted.

At Pickaway, 1,564 detainees have coronavirus, around three fourths of its populace, and 81 staff have tried positive. Twelve prisoners and the one attendant have passed on.

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