Cobras health care facilities have a higher than average number of infections and reported rates of medical errors compared to the state average.
In contrast, most hospitals in the state reported similar rates.
The state health department has been monitoring Cobras medical care facilities since April 2018, when the first coronavirus patient was diagnosed.
At the time, it reported more than 8,000 cases of medical problems, which have since increased to about 14,000.
The state’s healthcare providers have been battling the coronaviruses rise in coronaviral cases for more than two years, but have been unable to control the epidemic due to budget shortfalls.
The health department estimates that more than 100 hospitals and clinics in the country have lost at least 1,000 staff members since 2018.
The Ohio Department of Health and Human Services, the state’s public health agency, has been tasked with coordinating efforts between healthcare facilities and the state health care system.
The agency said in a statement that while it will continue to monitor Cobras hospitals, it has a responsibility to help the public health community to address the health care needs of the people in Ohio.
“We are committed to providing safe, quality care to the people of Ohio,” the statement said.
“We have worked with the governor and state to address concerns and issues that we believe may impact the Cobras quality of patient care.”
The CDC also issued a warning in October, calling the outbreak a public health emergency.
The public health body said that while the disease is not spreading, there are currently no clear-cut links between the coronAV outbreak and the increase in infections in Ohio, and it may not be able to control it.
“While there are no confirmed coronavires cases or confirmed cases of coronaviremia in Ohio as of Oct. 30, 2017, we are in the process of collecting information from our data sources to support our recommendations for how to control this outbreak,” the CDC said.